Quotation by Margaret Anderson

Art to me was a state, it didn't need to be an accomplishment. By any of the standards of production, achievement, performance, I was not an artist. But I always thought of myself as one.
Margaret Anderson (1886–1973), U.S. editor and memoirist. The Fiery Fountains, part 1 (1951).

Anderson did some writing and played the piano, but her main contribution to the arts, except for her three idiosyncratic volumes of memoirs, was to found and edit an influential magazine which promoted the arts: The Little Review (1914-1929).
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