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Writers who over protect themselves produce pallid results. Philip Roth said he found niceness even more deadly in writers than he did in people generally. Whatever happens to the writer is fair game – material. Even the rage of family … Continue reading
In the foyer of the hotel I meet a man. After drinks he is braver and asks what he has wanted to know from the moment he saw me in a wheelchair. Always the story of how. But really … Continue reading