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Flannery O’Connor (1925 – 1964) was best known for her short stories that were in the genre of Southern Gothic. Despite poor health she wrote every day, eventually producing two novels and more than thirty short stories in an all-too-brief life. She always stood somewhat apart, an observer; there was nothing she wanted to do other than write.
At the age of 24, she was ready to begin her writing career in earnest and produced iconic stories like A Good Man is Hard to Find. She had a lot to say about the writing life, which you’ll find ahead. She was only 39 when she died. Here’s a selection of Flannery O’Connor quotes on writing and literature. Read More→