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Why Writers Belong Behind Bars


Although the following wasn’t talking of the “bars” that many writers frequent, it is still a valid point. Really either type of bar would be a perfect place to get some good writing done.

This was on writer/editor Erin Healy‘s Facebook and I thought it worthy of sharing. The full article is pretty long, so here is the link:

www.nytimes.com

From a strictly literary point of view, prison was the best thing that ever happened to the Marquis de Sade. Other writers should be so lucky….