A green light to greatness.®



By George Getschow


“I believe that words count, that writing matters, that poems, essays and novels – in the long run – make a difference. If they do not, then in the words of my exemplar, Aleksander Solzhenitsyn, the writer’s work is of no more importance than the barking of village dogs at night.”

—Edward Abbey, The Writer’s Credo


Ten Spurs 2012

If a Chicago company has its way, what you are holding in your hands someday soon will be produced by an algorithm, a set of calculations driving a computer. Not just the printing on the page, the typography, the layouts. That’s already computers’ work.

But the words, sentences and paragraphs. The stories.