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Monday, June 14, 2004

The New Yorker: BLOCKED, Why Do Writers Stop Writing?

The New Yorker: Fact: "No one is waiting for you to write your first book. No one cares if you finish it. But after your first, if it goes well, everyone seems to be waiting. You're suddenly considered to be a professional writer, a fiction machine, but you know very well that you're just getting going. "


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