Das ist mal ein alternativer Zugang zur Profession. Ich mag sehr die Stelle, in der Tony Kushner sagt, er sei leider keine intellektuelle Gazelle …
„I’m utterly unsuited to the task of telling you how to live a happy, disciplined writer’s life. I’m a slow reader, a deliberate tortoise of a thinker rather than the intellectual gazelle I would like to be; I’m undisciplined and unhappy writing and expect to be until the writing stops. I find a remarkable number of things to do in a day much more compelling than writing. I could give you absolutely sterling advice on how to avoid writing, how when you run out of things to do other than going to your desk …“
We call it failure art!
Tony Kushner offers advice to emerging writers: http://t.co/EpCvf75jBJ
— The New Yorker (@NewYorker) November 1, 2013