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Free And Wild Words: Colette on the Obsessive Joys of Writing By Hand

“There is a tired spirit deep inside of me that still continues its gourmet’s quest for a better word, and then for a better one still.”

Colette (perhaps 1920s). By Henri Manuel on Wikimedia Commons (public domain).

Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette (1873–1954), or more famously known as Colette, was widely acclaimed during the 1920s to be…

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Gavin Lamb, PhD

Gavin Lamb, PhD

I’m a researcher and writer in ecolinguistics and environmental communication. Get my weekly digest of nature writing ideas/tools: https://wildones.substack.com

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