Posts Tagged ‘NOTES ON WRITING AND DRAWING’
A couple of words I can’t get out of my head.
I finished the first draft of Show Your Work! today.
I’m writing a new book.
Everything always comes back to the simplest beginning: write something good.
My friend Brandon (who keeps refusing to answer my e-mails now that he’s a fancypants graduate student — maybe he’ll read this and feel guilty) once told me that in the lazy afternoons, he’d been watching soap operas with sound off, writing his own dialogue for the characters on the screen. I thought that sounded […]
LOVESICK BLUES by Paul Hemphill LOVESICK BLUES is a bare-bones telling of the life of Hank Williams, written with the love of a true fan. Hemphill makes a Southern, blue-collar point to strip away anything unnecessary, (page count: 210) and that’s probably what makes the book such a compulsive read from start to finish. Wiliams […]