Crafty talk about writing

burgess meredith twilight zone

For various reasons, my very dear WP friends, I have let more tumbleweeds blow through this site over the past few months.  I’ve felt a bit guilty about that, and I decided to get rid of that guilt by leaning on what I’ve already done — nothing wrong with that, right?

If you’re seeking some inspiration for your own work, I would direct you to the page on my site called The Craft: Author Interviews or else visit that site by clicking here to see the various  people I’ve interviewed over the past few years.  It’s a pretty good list that I’ve stockpiled … though it hardly compares with Burgess Meredith’s stockpile in this Twilight Zone episode — if you are a true-blue bibliophile, then you will know what that episode is all about.

You might find the right person and the right insight to help your own circumstances. Until next time, my beloveds … onwards.

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6 responses

  1. Thanks, Nick. I sent the A.R. Williams interview on to a friend who’s in the middle of creating a dystopian universe. She has an agent (good girl!) and is deepening her world. I’m sure she’ll be grateful so I’m saying thanks for her. J.

  2. Haha! As soon as I saw the Burgess episode, I had to read this. Great article and resources for interviews! I happen to be friends with Burgess Meredith’s granddaughter. Small world!

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