This week, Alida and Robert continue their conversation about the writing process, creativity, first drafts, where ideas come from, and how revision really works. The inspiration for our conversation is George Saunders’ essay “What Writers Really Do When They Write.”

Get the essay at https://www.theguardian.com/books/2017/mar/04/what-writers-really-do-when-they-write

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“What Writers Really Do When They Write” by George Saunders

Further reading on process:

The Artist’s Journey by Steven Pressfield

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