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“I’m Not Entirely Demented”: The Millions Interviews Nell Zink

"If you actually met them you’ll know they spend eight years doing nothing, two months outlining, then they sell a partial, and then they go to the MacDowell Colony and write the book in three weeks. That’s what everybody does." The post “I’m Not Entirely Demented”: The Millions Interviews Nell Zink appeared first on The Millions.
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