Michael Lewis on Writing, Money, and the Necessary Self-Delusion of Creativity
from Brain Pickings
The question of why writers write holds especial mesmerism, both as a piece of psychological voyeurism and as a beacon of self-conscious hope that if we got a glimpse of the innermost drivers of greats, maybe, just maybe, we might be able to replicate the workings of genius in our own work. So why do great writers write?
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