Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Who better to talk about writing than Stephen King, in aid of a new story he's publishing in the Atlantic? 'I never started a book that I expected to finish. Because it always feels like a job that's much too big for a little guy like me... When you start, it's very cold, an impossible task. But then maybe the characters start to take on a little bit of life, or the story takes a turn that you don't expect ... With me that happens a lot because I don't outline, I just have a vague notion. So it's always felt like less of a made thing and more of a found thing. That's exciting. That's a thrill.' More...
Posted by Jim Menick at 7:45 AM