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#169707 - 03/08/20 10:15 PM Harlan Ellison
Enright Offline
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This may seem like a strange question, but I got the impression from somewhere that Harlan Ellison – one of my most admired writers – couldn't stand it unless everything around him was clean and organized, and ready to go, so to speak. I'd really like to know if that is true.

At the other end of the spectrum, just as an example, we might cite Bobby Fischer, whose environment was always a mess except for a small, completely spare table with a chessboard on it. Both men were enormously creative, although in different ways.

Personally I'm bothered by a messy environment, but I often put off doing anything about it.

Edited by Enright (03/08/20 10:18 PM)

#169710 - 03/09/20 08:38 AM Re: Harlan Ellison [Re: Enright]
zaiyamariya Offline

Registered: 03/07/20
Posts: 29
Loc: AL
I have read many of his popular stories and novels. weblink In all of his writing, I can see a fast thinking and a diplomatic person. All his latest writing is available at amazon. He had made a great influence among his readers.
#169948 - 05/30/20 08:47 AM Re: Harlan Ellison [Re: zaiyamariya]
Andre Offline

Registered: 05/18/20
Posts: 2
Loc: Philadelphia
Ahaha)) What an unusual thought) never thought from this point of view. Maybe you’re right. https://welcome-bonus-nodeposit.com/
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