Friday, May 24, 2013
The 49ers at McSweeney's, episode 14 with writer Kathryn Harrison
"I remind myself that the thing that I love about writing is writing. And my experience of being a writer is actually one that, like for all writers, I think, is fraught with frustration and anxiety. But when I’m really writing it is the one moment when I am both released from the burden of myself and most myself, if that paradox makes sense, and that is a really good feeling."
from the 14th installment of The 49ers: Oral Histories of Americans Facing 50 for McSweeney's, this with writer Kathryn Harrison.
Ms. Harrison's latest novel, Enchantments: A Novel of Rasputin's Daughter and the Romanovs, was published in paperback earlier this year.