And I think of the sun over the water, the sun through the water, the eye holding the sun, being held by it with no thought and only the rhythm of the going. . . . Then it doesn't seem hard to believe. It seems the only way to do it, the only way in fact to be: swimming, swimming, the eye held by the sun, no sharks in the mind, nothing in the mind.
- from Turtle Diary
The above quote was included in Lindsay's contribution to The Huffington Post on 4 February entitled The Kraken rising: Russell Hoban's 86th birthday
The following was posted the same day by Lindsay on her own blog, Writer's Rest:
Under our ordinary speech there are always invisible subtitles in an unknown tongue.