Writers at work: the Paris review interviews, sixth series
With an introduction by William Styron, Writers at Work 9 contains candid conversations with some of the world's great contemporary authors. These talks with the writers about themselves and their work offer a rare opportunity to hear what writers think about the art and craft of writing.
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