The best advice ever offered a young writer was given by F. Scott Fitzgerald: ;you've got to sell your heart, your strongest reactions, not just the little minor experiences that only touch you lightly ...
One important piece of advice from Ranier Maria Rilke's Letters To a Young Poet is understood and acted upon, at least tentatively or partially, by most of the nineteen contributors to Prismatic Voices.
Although the voices praising French Canada and its people have been frequently those of the Canadiens themselves, we must recognize that the Canadians of French speech have wrought miracles in their determination to remain a group and provide a society so that their identity would be preserved.
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