If you look at the verb express--you know when you express a wound, you are actually squeezing the pus out; it's kind of a gross image--but when you express, you take what's in and you bring it out. And that can only be freeing, but you've got to get it all out. So you've got to be really true
I have this theory that what distinguishes decent writing from good writing and good writing from great writing is just how rigorous the writer was in his or her curiosity, just how authentic and sincere they were. In the A-plus books, the writer went to the bottom of the experience and what did he or she find? More bottomlessness. There are no answers, there are only questions.