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‘People (not me) seem to find chickens inherently funny.’
Caleb Klaces | Notes on Craft
Caleb Klaces on being inspired by Van Gogh’s third image, found during the X-ray scanning of one of Van Gogh’s early, repainted canvases.
Jem Calder | Notes on Craft
‘I wrote in the address bar of my web browser, in spreadsheet cells, in emails I addressed to myself.’ Jem Calder on writing fiction at his day job.
‘Write through your first ending is advice I give, again and again.’
Lauren Aimee Curtis | Notes on Craft
‘I think that if we knew, really understood, the reasons why certain stories take hold of us, we would have no need for fiction at all.’ Lauren Aimee Curtis shares her notes on the craft of writing.
Sophie Lewis | Notes on Craft
Sophie Lewis on the craft of translation.
Nina Leger | Notes on Craft
‘To say nothing about her was the only way to allow her to be everything.’
Karen Olsson | Notes on Craft
Karen Olsson shares her notes on the craft of writing: ‘Every book is an unsolvable problem, and yet every time I convince myself I’m just on the verge of cracking it.’
How I Write My Books
Anne Serre on how she writes. Translated from the French by Mark Hutchinson.
Pajtim Statovci | Notes on Craft
‘My childhood was pierced not only by the violence in Kosovo but also by the violence my immigrant family was confronted with in Finland.’