David Carr had a lot of lessons to teach serious writers. At the end of his life he was channeling his enthusiasm for teaching young journalists by teaching a course at Boston University. The following advice is taken from the syllabus for his course.
“In order to have a chance of making great work, you have to consume remarkable work.”
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