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The Art of Being Crazy: Thoughts on the Eccentricities of Being a Writer

Many famous writers are known for their eccentricities. Here, debut novelist Leslie Cohen discusses some of the habits of writing greats and thoughts on her own brand of crazy. The post The Art of Being Crazy: Thoughts on the Eccentricities of Being a Writer appeared first on
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