August 23, 2013
“Writing about trauma is more than simply documenting experience—it’s about illuminating life on earth. It’s about transforming tragedy into art, and hoping that somehow that piece of art may help someone else who’s gone through something unbearable and who doesn’t yet see that there truly is a light at the end of the dark tunnel.” — Tracy Strauss
So is ‘The Muse’ a real thing or just total nonsense?
I wrote about The Muse today for the Pacific Standard.
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