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A blog series curated by Gina Hay.

En masse, the human race has stayed true to human nature through, for one, not taking literature at face value. We're an inquisitive species. Or, in other terms, a gossiping one. Many literature classes are built on the full exposure of the authors studied. What were their parents like? How did their environments change their writing? And in many cases, which mental breakdown resulted in which famous piece of literature? In this series, we're taking volunteers; writers studying writing, trying to gain a foothold in this "inquisitive" industry, providing us with a glimpse of their own background, and how it has affected their respective writing styles. In addition, they provide some advice to any writer looking for a new perspective.

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A blog series curated by Gina Hay - En masse, the human race has stayed true to human nature through, for one, not taking literature at face value. We're an inquisitive species. Or, in other terms, a gossiping one. Many literature classes are built on the full exposure of the authors studied. What were their parents like? How did their environments change their writing? And in many cases, which mental breakdown resulted in which famous piece of literature? In this series, we're taking volunteers; writers studying writing, trying to gain a foothold in this "inquisitive" industry, providing us with a glimpse of their own background, and how it has affected their respective writing styles. In addition, they provide some advice to any writer looking for a new perspective. 


Saskia Noort wonders what happened to them: the crooked tits, the big tits, the small tits, hanging tits, outwardly pointing tits, pear-shaped tits, apple-shaped tits, and also banana-shaped tits. ‘I am in favour of the Return of the Real Tit. Flaunt them, your boobs, so often and so long and so much that no one makes a fuss about them any longer.’ Read Saskia’s monthly column for LINDA.Magazine here.


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