James Laughlin Quote: “Often something comes in from which…”

Often something comes in from which you can see that the person is good, the book may not be perfect as it is, and the person doesn’t want to do a re-write. That’s something we do almost nothing of.

James Laughlin


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Name: James Laughlin
Profession: Poet
Nationality: American
Birthday: October 30, 1914
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