Famous Creative Women Quotations from . . .

Tama Janowitz
(1957-____) born on
Apr 12
US novelist. "She is the best-selling author of "Slaves of New York," 1986; starred in the first "literary video" on MTV, "A Cannibal in Manhattan," 1987."

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F
I was like a social worker for lepers. My clients had a chunk of their body they wanted to give away; for a price I was there to receive it.

R
"Crimes, sins, nightmares, hunks of hair: it was surprising how many of them has something to dispose of. The more I charged, the easier it was for them to breathe freely once more."
A
"I don't want my novel to be like Madame Bovary, finely crafted with the life edited out of it. I want my novel to be like a friend telling me a story -- so we go off on thoughts; that's the way it is."
N
"Long after the bomb falls and you and your good deeds are gone, cockroaches will still be here, prowling the streets like armored cars."
K
"As a writer, I don't think it's my responsibility to make a point. I just write and hope there's someone who'll like it."

 



Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F:  "On Prostituion, "Slaves of New York," "Modern Saint 271," 1986."
R: "In "Webster's Electronic Quotebase," ed. Keith Mohler, 1994."
A: "Seeking that Tama-Friendly Audience," by Elizabeth Mitchell; found at http://www.eye.net/Arts/Books/1994/bo0331a.htm."
N: ""Slaves of New York," "Modern Saint 271," 1986."
K: "Seeking that Tama-Friendly Audience," by Elizabeth Mitchell; found at http://www.eye.net/Arts/Books/1994/bo0331a.htm."


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