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Quote of the day | Alan Moore, on raising expectations

"This has always been a problem. It’s been a problem since Watchmen, really. You have a horrible moment when you think, What am I going to do after this? And then you think, I have to do something better. And then you have a horrible moment halfway through that project thinking, What am I going to do after this? And this has been pretty much my life’s story for the last 20 years. It’s just constantly raising expectations for myself to the point where inevitably I must surely collapse under my own mass and become some sort of creative black hole, that sucks everything into it. Hopefully that’s a way off yet."

-- writer Alan Moore, discussing the high creative bar he's set for himselfwith his in-progress novel Jerusalem, and what comes after

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