Philip Schultz Quote: “I was 17 when I decided…”

Schultz Quote, looking through an arch into a fantasy world

I was 17 when I decided to write stories as big as cathedrals, overflowing with the kind of memorable and audacious characters Walker Percy, Ernest Hemingway and Saul Bellow created.

Philip Schultz


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Name: Philip Schultz
Profession: Poet
Nationality: American
Born: 1945
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