More From Walter Mosley
- "I’ve always loved science fiction. I think the smartest writers are science fiction writers dealing with major things."
- "My father always taught by telling stories about his experiences. His lessons were about morality and art and what insects and birds and human beings had in common. He told me what it meant to be a man and to be a Black man. He taught me about love and responsibility, about beauty, and how to make gumbo."
- "I think that people don’t know how to do anything anymore. My father was a janitor. He could take a car apart and put it back together. He could build a house in the back yard. Today, if you ask people what they know, they say, ‘I know how to hire someone.’"
More In War
- "But the war on terror as I have repeatedly said in the past, and the Afghan people believe in it, in truth, is that the war on terror is not in the Afghan villages or homes. Its in the sanctuaries, it is in the training grounds, its in the motivation factors and the money that comes to it."― Hamid Karzai
- "Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few."― Winston Churchill
- "It is very necessary to have markers of beauty left in a world seemingly bent on making the most evil ugliness."― Thornton Wilder