How To Face The Blank Page by Michael Hetzler

1. Use it like a mirror
2. Or a magnifying glass
3. Or a telescope
4. Let your hand do the talking
5. Find the thing you need to say
6. Don’t let go of it
7. Does this make sense?
8. Cut out all the unnecessarily long lines you wrote in order to fill up
empty space (this line can go)
9. Take Bukowski’s advice and
10. Don’t try

Michael Hetzler
Michael Hetzler is a writer who currently resides in Los Angeles, California. In 2013, he graduated from Eastern Michigan University with a degree in Linguistics. He writes for no one and everyone, and usually does so at a snail’s pace.
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