Trying to say what needs to be said. E: What are the challenges that come with switching between non fiction and poetry? Which genre do you prefer? JR: I prefer beauty.
I prefer power. I just want to be a great writer. I want to be able to create something huge — monumental — with words, something that will transform lives.
Along with the longleaf pine forests, the Ray family had barely survived. She is a inductee into the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame. I get my most wanted eBook. Title: Author:. Pinhook Swamp acts as a vital watershed and wildlife corridor, a link between the great southern wildernesses of Okefenokee Swamp and Osceola National Forest. For example;
E: Who are some of your favorite writers? Who has influenced you?
JR: Oh, I love all the nature writers. Most of them are also personal friends. I think Cormac McCarthy is the greatest fiction writer alive.
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