Susanna Daniel took ten years to finish her novel — a harrowing decade that she describes today on Slate:
During my should-be-writing years, I thought about my novel all the time. Increasingly, these were not happy or satisfying thoughts. My “novel” (which had started to wear its own air quotes in my Read More
The New York Times reports today on burnout among young writers working at “high metabolism” websites like Gawker and Politico. The story that emerges, however, is more about the kind of people who work at those places than the pressures of writing online today.
At Politico several reporters thought that an April Fool’s Read More