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Thursday, 30 May 2013

WRITERS ON WRITING #33: Tama Janowitz


Ultimately you could keep writing the same story or the same book your whole life, but as you grew older, of course, you'd have other things to add than you knew when you were youngA novel is a bit easier to write.  A short story can be very hard, because it's a very small space and you want to have something happen.  A novel has a beginning, a middle and an end.  I like to write novels much more.

Interview in Bold Type (c. 1999



Click HERE to read the full online interview with TAMA JANOWITZ by LAURA L BUCHWALD. 


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