A series of instincts, thousands of tiny adjustments, hundreds of drafts … What is the mysterious process writers go through to get an idea on to the page?
By George Saunders, The Guardian (March 4, 2017)
A Nobel Prize-winner, on being a product of a dwelling place--its conflicts and resolutions
By Nadine Gordimer, Washington Post (August 5, 2001)
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