Stumbling upon remarks on an obscure internet bulletin board (thank you and credit where credit is due, “Ocelot”!), we came across this:
“In 1989, Michael Schumacher wrote a book containing advice for young writers called, "On Being a Writer", where he asked advice from 31 famous authors. One of.. (those) interviewed for the book was Allen Ginsberg. The quote "Follow your inner moonlight; don't hide the madness." was part of his (Allen’s) advice for aspiring writers, so the context is Ginsberg’s advice on self-expression.”
"You say what you want to say when you don't care who's listening. If you're grasping to get your own voice, you're making a strained attempt to talk, so it's a matter of just listening to yourself as you sound when you're talking about something that's intensely important to you."
Follow your inner moonlight and here's a host more useful slogans