As a professional writer, I've always been pretty good at not writing. Not writing, in fact, is one of my chief skills. I can not write anywhere -- on a plane, in a coffee shop, in my office -- and I often feel that a day spent without not writing is a day wasted. I even keep a notebook by the side of the bed, in case I wake up with an idea at 3 in the morning and don't want to write it down in case I don't forget it.
Friday, October 19, 2007
In Praise of Not-Writers
Funny LA Times opinion piece about the glories of "not-writing" and how it relates to the current strike unpleasantness.
Posted by Alex at 12:44 PM