Then I came in twice a week – for my own enjoyment as well as to be a guide. And then we started to apply some of the splinters of the ideas back into the piece.
– Siobhan Davies
I used to think that nails-down-a-chalkboard was the worst sound in the world. Then I moved on to people-eating-cereal-on-the-phone. But only this week did I stumble across the rightful winner: it’s the sound of a baggage carousel coming to a grinding halt, having reunited every passenger on your flight with their luggage, except for you.
– Sloane Crosley
I had a few problems. I didn’t realise it until I started going to therapy. I did it for 10 years, two days a week, and pretty quickly I understood that a lot of my suffering, many of my issues, were rooted in my realising that I was gay when I was a little boy. I knew I was different. That made me very fragile.
– Stefano Gabbana
I remember the early 1980s, when I first got one of these fabulous film critic jobs. The downside was sitting through ‘Splatteria III: The Dismembering of the Clampett Clan’ or ‘The Oklahoma Meatgrinder Massacre’ or some such. The headaches unleashed by watching attractive kids die week after week after week cannot be imagined.
– Stephen Hunter
The least-crowded channel for meeting high profile bloggers is in person. Email is the most difficult, the most crowded… I’m a top 1,000 blogger, not a top 100 blogger, and I get hundreds of pitches by email every week. Most of them I don’t even see because my assistant declines them.
– Timothy Ferriss