You Put Your Left Foot In

May 22nd, 2004 · No Comments
by Booksquare

Here’s the thing about the writing process: while everyone has their own special way of doing it, in the end, it gets down to writing. Putting words together in some sort of order, punctuation optional. Yet we are continually fascinated by the process. It is inevitable that an author’s reading will somehow morph into questions about “how do you do it?” Thus, we read with great interest Maud Newton’s interview with Salr Abdoh, author of The Poet’s Game. Turn out he puts his pants on one leg at a time, just like us. Apparently this interview is the first in a series — we suspect we’ll be following closely. You never know when someone might teach us something new.

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