James W. Hritz Quotes
“Beauty is the first recognition of truth, great or small; Ugliness is the villain counter-posed to eradicate the internalization and eternalization of truth."
"Lonely individuals have the most fulfilling conversations upon the mutual recognition of pathos in one another’s eyes."
"Rules are the first weapon of cowards, fascists, and dullards. The cunning and anarchists and steadfast use the rules only as a last resort. After reason, logic, bribery, creativity, pleas for decency, and empathy--rules are all that before one must quietly plan an disproportionate response (like automotive sabotage or murder made to look like an accident.”
James W. Hritz
- Born: in The United States.
- Description: James is a Northern California author who is eager to make the next great leap in his work. Previously published fiction can be viewed at So It Goes (A Kurt Vonnegut Anthology), Southpaw Journal (Editor's Choice selection), Crossed Out Magazine, Blood Lotus, The Fabulist, Stone Highway Review, Foliate Oak, Vine Leaves, Microliterature, and Stanley the Whale. His poetry can be enjoyed in Psychic Meatloaf, The Monarch Review, and Breadcrumb Scabs.