A Writer’s Notebook: writers talk writing

Today I’m offering three conversations about writing I’ve had with three different writer friends. The exchanges are a bit long, so I’ve divided this post into pages to help organize things. Check out the “table of contents” to skip to the section you’re interested in (but really, you want to read the whole thing).

Why does this belong in the Writer’s Notebook? Don’t worry — I’ll explain everything on the last page.

(click here to go to the next page –>)

Published by Samuel Snoek-Brown

I write fiction and teach college writing and literature. I'm the author of the story collection There Is No Other Way to Worship Them, the novel Hagridden, and the flash fiction chapbooks Box Cutters and Where There Is Ruin.

2 thoughts on “A Writer’s Notebook: writers talk writing

  1. Very informative even though I needed my talking dictionary (which I got from a client for xmas and is super rad except the translator has a lisp and is at times impossible to understand) to understand the conversations–of course not the questions I asked. I learned so much from our conversations, and will no doubt be pestering you for your incite soon.

    1. Hey, Mickey–good to hear from you here.

      And by all means, pester away! I don’t know what sort of insight I might offer–depends on what I’m drinking, maybe–but I could definitely use a bit of new conversation with you. Engaging in dialogue that way helps keep me motivated in my own work!

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