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This is my genre...the happiness, tragedies, and the sorrows of mankind as realized in the teeming black ghetto.
Don't classify me, read me. I'm a writer, not a genre.
Jazz has borrowed from other genres of music and also has lent itself to other genres of music.
I never set out to be part of a genre, because I listen to all types of music.
I've been as bad an influence on American literature as anyone I can think of.
The novel is not so much a literary genre, but a literary space, like a sea that is filled by many rivers.
I do have a small collection of traditional SF ideas which I've never been able to sell. I'm known as a fantasy writer and neither my agent nor my editors want to risk my brand by jumping genre.
I don't think writers choose the genre, the genre chooses us. I wrote out of the wish to create order out of disorder, the liking of a pattern.
In horror, character development is often pushed aside in favor of the shock value. The best genre movies to me are movies like The Shining. You had a connection to the characters in that film.
Animation is a technique, not a genre.
People just want to watch movies that are entertaining, it doesn't matter what genre it is.
The excellence of this important contribution to genre literature CANNOT be overstated A masterwork.
I want people to get out of that nasty habit of needing a label. Every genre for each song is different.
I feel quite sad for the young musicians coming up because they may never get to pay their rent properly. It doesn't matter what the genre; nowadays, it's so much harder than it ever was.
Great music completely obliterates any conceptions of genre.
I have never followed what people say it is 'fashionable'. I think that a woman must wear what fits her. That is why I created a style appropriated to my type and my artistical genre.
I am a sinner. This is the most accurate definition. It is not a figure of speech, a literary genre. I am a sinner.
Dance music is like a virus, it has affected so many different genres.
I don't belong to any school or clique or ghetto. I don't have any preconceived ideas. I'm trying to serve a story and not a genre or a style.
I think YouTube has destroyed the genre barrier. People can be into Justin Bieber and Eminem at the same time. It's a good thing.
No one worries about genre when they're dancing. They're not asking themselves, 'Is this song a dubstep song?'
I love dabbling in different genres, and I like being good at different genres of cinema.
My stuff is my stuff. I do it for my own reasons, using my own peculiar set of guidelines. I'm not a student of the genre. I don't care what anybody else does.
In my introductory course, Anthropology 160, the Forms of Folklore, I try to show the students what the major and minor genres of folklore are, and how they can be analyzed.
Vampires are a genre now.
There's been a shift: Country music is popular music now. Every other genre wants to come over to our land.
I think the industry is oblivious to the fact that most people listen to all kinds of stuff. I personally don't know of anyone who listens to only one genre of music. It's vanity because no one does.
All my movies are difficult to classify because they are very eclectic in mixing genres.
Everyone's been on the "hip-hop is dead" campaign for years, and now it's the most unsure-of-itself genre ever.
The word we have in Korea for K-Pop is 'Gaio.' And I guess it's a huge umbrella term. Basically it's like saying Coldplay and Kanye West, or Eminem and Celine Dion, are the same genre.
To pigeonhole a genre as being successful or unsuccessful is weird.
I am a big fan of vampires. I've always been obsessed with the genre, and the beautiful romanticism and erotic kind of nature of the immortal being, the undead who lives on human blood.
I try not to discriminate against genres.
I've just looked for ideas and great characters that I relate to and that I think I can offer something to the audience, and I no longer look at them as experiments or genre exercises at all.
Readers want more of the same from you. So stick to one genre.
I think my music generally transcends a lot of genres.
SF isn't a genre; SF is the matrix in which genres are embedded, and because the SF field is never going in any one direction at any one time, there is hardly a way to cut it off.
The term 'genre' eventually becomes pejorative because you're referring to something that's so codified and ritualised that it ceases to have the power and meaning it had when it first started.
I knew I wanted to play around with genre-esque imagery, and the identity theft stuff came in the middle, when I was figuring out how the characters were connected to those images.
There's no coherent stylistic genre specific advice that I could provide.
If one horror film hits, everyone says, 'Let's go make a horror film.' It's the genre that never dies.
I grew up really loving horror movies and genre movies. I was a big fan of Universal Monsters movies, read Famous Monsters magazine. I built monster models and creature effects...
I want everything, no matter what concept or genre, to feel real, because it is real. I want to keep making real music, I hope people remember me for that, that's a good thing to be remembered for.
I think music isn't just a genre or sound. If it sounds good and makes you feel good it's a beautiful thing.
The 'Western' is the only genre whose origins are almost identical with those of the cinema itself.
I do try not to spend much time reading in the suspense genre.
The genre of fantasy is about magic and occult characters.
Science fiction is the only genre that enables African writers to envision a future from our African perspective.
Chick Lit uses humor to reflect life back to us. It's a very comforting genre, and it's the first time our generation has had a voice. It's a very important genre for all of those reasons.
I think people do sci-fi a huge disservice by lumping it as some sort of bizarre subculture genre when I think everybody's lives are impacted by sci-fi at some point.