They Tell Aspiring Writers To Read Read Read. What If That’s Wrong?


“Now that I am a published writer, it is against this backdrop, of limited exposure to books in my adolescence, that I find the advice of established authors given to aspiring writers to “read, read and read books” lacking in nuance, unimaginative, and ignorant of the realities of those from backgrounds of scarcity, displacement, and war, like myself.” – Lithub


Tags: Art, Words, 04.01.21

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