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April 06, 2005

Sheila is reading Margaret Atwood on writing.

And we're all going to be better off for it.

Posted by Dan at April 6, 2005 11:41 AM

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Speaking of books on writing, I strongly suspect I still have the copy of Natalie Goldberg's "Wild Mind" and/or "Writing Down The Bones" that you loaned me about 12 years ago (in case you were wondering where it got to).

[Sorry for the aside, everyone -- please continue a lively discussion of the actual topic of this post]

Posted by: Pete at April 6, 2005 03:12 PM

Another really wonderful book on writing is Stephen King's book On Writing. It might be my favorite craft book on the topic that's out there.

Posted by: red at April 6, 2005 05:59 PM

It may have been "Writing Down The Bones." I keep copies of that, "The Alchemist," and "Things Fall Apart" and just give them away willy-nilly, then head to Barnes and Noble to buy replacements.

Good exercises in there. I still have boxes of craft books from my undergraduate degree that I haven't finished, though the King book seems worthwhile. Anyone who wrote Shawshank is a master in my book.

Posted by: Dan at April 6, 2005 07:54 PM

Joel turned me on to James Joyce and there's this whole issue I uncovered of Ulysses and roman candles...

Posted by: Ralph at April 6, 2005 09:24 PM

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