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Five Questions: John Baker

This is the last post in this series. Thank you to everyone who participated, posters and commentors alike. 1. Why do you blog? I spend most of my time writing. My first love is the novel and faced with a novel to write I find myself committed to a single project for months or years. […]

Five Questions: Lance Mannion

1. Why do you blog? Dangerous question. Like asking a fly fisherman why he wades out into an icy cold stream in the grim pre-dawn light on a bitter morning in early spring or like asking a model railroader why he dons a blue and white striped engineer’s cap and red bandana and disappears down […]

Five Questions: Fernham

1. Why do you blog? I blog to weigh in on what I’m reading; to perform finger-exercises for writing and explore possible future topics; to feel connected to a literary world even when I’m a bit housebound with two small children. 2. Which author and/or book has most influenced you? Even though I didn’t read […]

Five Questions: pas au-dela

1. Why do you blog? Well, at least in part as a modest public service, primarily to myself, surely, or whenever we decide to meet, but also as an offering without condition. No delusional fantasies of actual political pull, certainly, though a stronger counter-balance to the middlebrow hegemony in literature would be nice. Nothing quite […]

Five Questions: Mirkwood

1. Why do you blog? (a) To share thoughts about the things I read with people who have overlapping interests. (b) To improve my writing skills. This is a continuing struggle. I wish to write clearly, concisely and effectively without having to ramble or rant in order to drive home a point. (c) To enable […]

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