Sherman Alexie, You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me, June 13

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A quote from banned book THE TRUE DIARY OF A PART-TIME INDIAN by Sherman Alexie in celebration of Banned Books Week

A quote from banned book THE TRUE DIARY OF A PART-TIME INDIAN by Sherman Alexie in celebration of Banned Books Week

Can anyone truly explain the meaning of being a writer? The compulsion to make the fantasy in your head real, not a phantom - to escape from reality into a world not totally under your conscious control - is like a drug.

The Poem That Made Sherman Alexie Want to 'Drop Everything and Be a Poet'

Can anyone truly explain the meaning of being a writer? The compulsion to make the fantasy in your head real, not a phantom - to escape from reality into a world not totally under your conscious control - is like a drug.

Sherman Alexie, Blasphemy: New and Selected Stories (2012), p. 9.

Sherman Alexie, Blasphemy: New and Selected Stories (2012), p. 9.

Sherman Alexie Quote: “The ordinary can be like medicine.”

Sherman Alexie Quote: “The ordinary can be like medicine.”

The Facebook Sonnet - Sherman Alexie

Author is Moved to Poetry by… Facebook?

September 30: Sherman Alexie's "The Absolutely True Story of a Part-Time Indian" | Banned Books Week 2015 | Daily #LiteraryQuotes @ Literary Cobblestones

September 30: Sherman Alexie

September 30: Sherman Alexie's "The Absolutely True Story of a Part-Time Indian" | Banned Books Week 2015 | Daily #LiteraryQuotes @ Literary Cobblestones

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