“I Wanted to Be on Fire.” On the Connection Between Art and Self-Destruction ‹ Literary Hub

But is there a Faustian choice? Good art and a kind of fragility do often go hand-in-hand—but then, so do bad art and fragility, and indeed no art and fragility. It might be only confirmation bias that makes us notice the people who suffer for their creativity—or maybe the fact that they do (let’s admit it) make a better story.
— Read on lithub.com/i-wanted-to-be-on-fire-on-the-connection-between-art-and-self-destruction/

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