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"I thought I'd be a success even back in the mailroom at William Morris. It was just inconceivable to me I couldn't win at all."
 
After more than a year of writing this substack, it felt like a good time to take stock and talk about what feels like a conundrum. 
Interview with David Clarke, author of the unpublished Floyd Odlum biography“The biography is not finished, but the draft has grown to mammoth proportions: more than 275,000 words on more than 700 pages with almost 1,400 footno…
"It’s almost as if we’re obstacle addicts: we don’t desire something (or someone) unless there’s competition for it. We don’t think it’s valuable unles…
"We write it for ourselves. Putting ideas on paper forces you to think things through."
From skimmed milk to whole milk to no milk.
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