When you can’t create, you work.

I wasn't sure what do with this book, fiction, that I had a manuscript of (which I'm still thinking if I should change) called Visions of Michigan, because it's very real and more critical than Adventures of a Dying Young Man, and in that story the writing style is much different and almost makes the main protagonist of both books  almost into a cartoon. I wasn't sure… Continue reading When you can’t create, you work.

Just Thoughts about writing, taken from other people, either dead-alive-or-other

 The Paris Review blog is a great site to read interviews conducted with mostly dead, some alive, writers. Here is a short paragraphed exchange between  Maurice Sendak  and his editor. "The great Russians and Melville and Balzac etc. wrote in another time, in leisure, to be read in leisure. I know what you mean about those long detailed rich novels—my… Continue reading Just Thoughts about writing, taken from other people, either dead-alive-or-other