Thursday, June 26, 2008

Brooklyn — Interview-o-Rama

EP in Brooklyn!
7 p.m. at the Barnes & Noble on Court Street.
(More info here.)

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A new crop of EP interviews:

Who Walk in Brooklyn ("About narrative constraints in Personal Days, I was going to say: Yes! But then I thought, What is freedom?")
¶ The Publishing Spot (in five bite-size pieces)
Mediabistro (subscription required—I, EP, haven't even read this one, so someone tell me what it's all about...)
The Star-Ledger ("If you are going to write a novel about restructuring a company, you should have a structure that is changing, that is being restructured.")
Metromix ("It was a lot of writing and then reading things over and tossing out anything that wasn’t working.")
LAist ("I am going to endeavor not to start any new blogs for a while. This vow will last about a week.")

And don't forget—

Triple Canopy ("For me, fiction writing requires giving in to the unconscious; more alarmingly put, hearing voices, falling into a trance, or even hallucinating. Which might be why Julian Jaynes’s The Origin of the Unconscious in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind has had such a lasting hold on me...")

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