Autor/en: John F. Baker
August 1992 - gebunden - 568 Seiten
When 92 outstanding contemporary writers talk about the art of writing and the gritty job of publishing, only two descriptions are appropriate: encyclopedic and definitive. A summary of these interviews indicates that there is no simple path to prominence and no easy rule for creation. Every author has an individual and often idiosyncratic history to reveal. And such histories! Here are the voices of Jean Auel, Ann Beattie, Raymond Carver, Tom Clancy, Pat Conroy, Robert Coover, Don DeLillo, Annie Dillard, Umberto Eco, Toni Morrison, Tim O'Brien, Cynthia Ozick, Grace Paley, Philip Roth, Wallace Stegner, Fay Weldon, and scores more. The result is a one-of-a-kind inside look at the writing and publishing process. Every writer and reader will be fascinated by these revelations, as selected from the Publishers Weekly Interview columns.
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