Why did people begin writing? - Michael C. Carlos Museum
I’ve encountered a number of people with good ideas who happen to hate the process of writing. I get it—even for people who write regularly, it can be a frustrating process. (By the time this makes it through copyediting and onto the site, you will be reading the ninth version of this article.)
The Greeks do not use cursive forms because their alphabet uses too many changes of stroke direction. Italic doesn't. It flows. But while people write it as if it gushed, they aren't going to do it justice.
Yet, I want to ask a provocative question: are too many people writing poetry? This question brings a cascade of other questions. Is it possible for too many people to write poetry? Don't we always need more voices to assembly a polyphonic cultural democracy? If too many people are writing poetry, how many people writing poetry is optimal? Does it matter if too many people are writing poetry? Is there any way to stop people from writing poetry? How do we tell the people who should be writing poetry from the people who should not? So what if too many people are writing poetry?Yet, with so many people writing poetry, how do we recognize the best poetry? How do we encourage and nurture poets with the greatest talent, the strongest commitment to producing poetry over a lifetime? How do we ensure that the poets that we nurture are selected on the basis of talent and reflect a diversity of voices in American culture?As poetry increases its public profile and more people participate in its public celebrations, it makes send that more people try their hand at writing poetry themselves. For some, this situation is cause for celebration. More people writing poetry should translate to more people reading and appreciating poetry, more people advocating on behalf of poetry in the public sphere.Are too many people writing poetry? Perhaps, but not enough people are reading poetry. We need readers to make our words relevant. What poem have you read today?Poetry is a cacophony of voices. I want more people to write poems, especially queer people, feminists, and people of color. For too long LGBT voices, feminist voices, and voices of people of color have been excluded or eluded from literary cultures and canons. As much as I want more queer, feminist poetry, I want more readers for poems written and circulate in contemporary American literary culture. I want more readers for our work.People who write essays for you at our company are experienced and possess excellent academic records. If you interact with them, you will get a chance to broaden up your perspective and be able to develop various skills such as, the ability to think rationally, develop a logical flow for writing essays and so on. This interconnection between you and your writer is much useful because you can also get a chance to swap workable ideas, discuss them and enhance your personal skills. Paying people to write essays for you is an act which is aimed at developing only creative youth. Above all, when you take help from other people, the bonus of free time that you get is simply priceless!