This is what he has to say in it that I think pertains to all societies:
“Only to the extent that a society is concerned for its most disadvantaged members, can it be considered truly civil.”
Keep that in mind when some Libertarian, anarcho-capitalist or other right-wing lunatic says that society is supposed to be looking out for the rich and powerful.
Also keep note that the Catholic Church’s definition of “most disadvantaged” does not include LGBTQ or women.
Publishers hated A Wrinkle In Time. And Madeleine L’Engle never forgot the rejections.
What publishers like best is what’s already been done.
Nobody broke through by writing the same things everyone else has written. Don’t let publishers’ small minds limit you!
From our dear friend Dawn Knox:
I’ve got a story in a women’s mag this week and they selected me to be their Writer of the Week. Not sure why they picked me but it was very nice they did. It’s here if you want to see. https://www.thepeoplesfriend.co.uk/2019/05/06/writer-of-the-week-dawn-knox/
Go check it out!
Also asks if they stifle it.
A Theory of Style
A study by two business/economics professors, so it might be like blind men describing an elephant? Or are they confusing creativity with innovation?