Lev Grossman Quotes and its meanings

Lev Grossman has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Age Attitude Business Diet Fear History Morning Science

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What does Lev Grossman write about?

Lev Grossman has written on many topics but he is most famous for his work about age, attitude, business, diet, fear, history, morning & science. People always share Age quotes, Attitude quotes, business, diet, fear, history, morning & science from his literary works.

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Here are the top most famous quotes by Lev Grossman.

  • And I'm not as young as I once was. At my age, I don't have time to be bored.
  • One already feels like an anachronism, writing novels in the age of what-ever-this-is-the-age-of, but touring to promote them feels doubly anachronistic. The marketplace is showing an increasing intolerance for the time-honored practice of printing information on paper and shipping it around the country.
  • Becoming an author changes your attitude too. Once you see where books come from, and how they're made, they never seem quite as sacred again.
  • I'm happy to report that 'The New Press' is still in business to this day. But not thanks to me. I was a really bad publishing intern.
  • I've drunk Amazon's free Diet Coke. Nothing makes more sense to me than a company trying to make bookselling into a profitable business. I'm not anti-Amazon, and I'm not pro-publishers either. I'm pro-books.
  • More than fantasy or even science fiction, Ray Bradbury wrote horror, and like so many great horror writers he was himself utterly without fear, of anything. He wasn't afraid of looking uncool - he wasn't scared to openly love innocence, or to be optimistic, or to write sentimentally when he felt that way.
  • When it comes to true humility in the face of history, nothing beats complete silence.
  • I loved fantasy, but I particularly loved the stories in which somebody got out of where they were and into somewhere better - as in the 'Chronicles Of Narnia,' 'The Wizard Of Oz,' 'The Phantom Tollbooth,' the 'Dungeons & Dragons' cartoon on Saturday morning in the '80s.
  • Growing up in the '70s and '80s, science fiction and especially fantasy had such a stigma attached to them. I felt so punished and exiled for being devoted to these things.