Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Suicidegirls.com Interview With - Michael Moorcock

"Rock and roll used to be at its most vital when you went into a studio -- usually for a day or two -- without knowing what would come out. And usually the people who went in were already tight, good musicians. There were no rules and very few people in the early days looking over your shoulder, making you self-conscious. No criticism, no magazines devoted to rock and roll and so on. Writing science fiction was like that. Nobody to tell you what it was, how it was done, and so on. You were free to do what you liked, and the readers would tell you if they did or didn't like it. Too many good writers get ruined by becoming self-conscious and it was the main problem I had as an editor working with well-educated people."


3.5 out of 5

http://suicidegirls.com/interviews/Michael+Moorcock/

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