The Spirit of Writing
Classic and Contemporary Essays Celebrating the Writing LifeBook - 2001
In this compilation of essays by renowned writers from Joseph Conrad to Gail Godwin, therapist and expert on creativity Mark Waldman offers a rare glimpse into the inner world of the writer. Here is a wealth of valuable insight on matters both practical and emotional: from Janet Fitch on how she kept her creativity alive before her novel won Oprah's seal of approval, to Anne Lamott on the difficulty of first drafts, to Octavio Paz on the mystery and language of words. These elegant meditations on what it means to be a person who writes offer comfort and inspiration for the countless writers who struggle each day to put words down on paper.
Publisher: New York : Jeremy P. Tarcher/Putnam, c2001
Branch Call Number: 808.02 SPIRIT
Characteristics: 309 p. ; 24 cm