3 thoughts on “QOTD: Reeling and writhing”

  1. You may be glad to hear it wasn’t a scarce concept in the MFA writing program I attended. One of my instructors, Lewis Buzbee, went so far as to say the lit classes were more important than workshops. It’s a debatable point, but one well worth debating.
    Of course, Gibson meant “talented.” A little bloggy typo. But that brings up another point: both reading and writing are iterative practices. Good books are the ones you reread.
    Happy holidays, Lorcan, and thanks for your blog!

  2. You may be glad to hear it wasn’t a scarce concept in the MFA writing program I attended. One of my instructors, Lewis Buzbee, went so far as to say the lit classes were more important than workshops. It’s a debatable point, but one well worth debating.

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