How to Write a Great Novel

Michael Ondaatje, Margaret Atwood, Edwidge Danticat, and eight other authors talk about how they get it done.

“Behind the scenes, many of these writers say they struggle with the daily work of writing, clocking thousands of solitary hours staring at blank pages and computer screens. Most agree on common hurdles: procrastination, writer’s block, the terror of failure that looms over a new project and the attention-sucking power of the Internet.”  [via WSJ.com]

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