Friday, January 05, 2007

Reading of WOLF

A quick thank you to the students downtown Brooklyn who attended the first reading of WOLF. I appreciate the warm reception and enjoyed our lively exchange.
A number of you have expressed an interest in writing, please feel free to share your work with me at any stage.

(That also goes for Keisha at ASA College whose writer's question for the week is simple, but
profound: how do you begin?)

1 Comments:

At 7:16 PM , Blogger Eben Reilly said...

Keisha--

Thanks so much for stopping by the site. I'm alerting my other writers of you your question: how do I begin my autobiography?

I'm "moodling" over your question and will post my response in a day or so. (BTW "Moodling" is a word I learned today from another writer who learned it from a mentor: Moodling to mull over your thoughts in preparation for writing-- an important part of the work of the writer which to non-writers looks like laziness, as if you're sitting around doing nothing.
Next time a non-writer types accuses of laziness, daydreaming or general sloth, reply politely,
but firmly, "I'm moodling.")

 

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