“To understand and reconnect with our stories, the stories of the ancestors, is to build our identities. We all belong to an ancient identity. Stories are the rivers that take us there.” – Frank Delaney
Delaney said that writers always should read their works aloud before finalizing them. "If you need proof of how the oral relates to the written, consider that many great novelists, including Joyce and Hemingway, never submitted a piece of work without first reading it aloud."
When asked who he would emulate and why, he said Fitzgerald. '”The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald remains the most perfect novel that has ever come out of the United States. Everything in the book moves as it should, in the manner of a piece by Bach or Mozart."
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