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Why I write : thoughts on the craft of fiction

Author: Will Blythe
Publisher: Boston : Little, Brown, ©1998.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Will Blythe
ISBN: 0316102296 9780316102292 0316115924 9780316115926
OCLC Number: 39007157
Notes: Twenty-five original essays on writing.
Description: xxv, 226 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Will Blythe. --
At the point of my pen / Norman Mailer. --
Uncanny the singing that comes from certain husks / Joy Williams. --
Where does writing come from? / Richard Ford. --
I am a ... Genius! / Thom Jones. --
Some for glory, some for praise / James Salter. --
That's what dogs do / Amy Hempel. --
Stories / Pat Conroy. --
Writing and a life lived well: notes on Allan Gurganus / Ann Patchett. --
Easing my heart inside / Terry McMillan. --
Why the daily writing of fiction matters / Rich Bass. --
Phobia and composition / Rick Moody & Margaret F.M. Davis. --
Secret agent / Denis Johnson. --
The lousy rider / Elizabeth Gilbert. --
Writing / William Vollmann. --
For the money / Mark Jacobson. --
Why I write / Stephen Wright. --
Everything else falls away / Lee Smith. --
The nature of the fun / David Foster Wallace. --
Why I write, or not / Jim Harrison. --
The wolf in the tall grass / Mary Gaitskill. --
Rent retards the revolution! / Darius James. --
The war we can't win, we can't lose, we can't quit / Barry Hannah. --
Collecting myself / Tom Chiarella. --
Why she writes / Jayne Anne Phillips. --
In silence / Robert Stone. --
Who is that man tied to the mast? / Mark Richard.
Responsibility: edited by Will Blythe.

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