Niña Weijers on why writing is such a curious business.
If you really want to encourage people to read literature, you’re better off adding a certain mystique. Because the secret the writer is faced with, the secret of language and of reality, is shared by the reader.
Round and round they go. A short story by Thijs de Boer
I’ve heard people say that in your dreams you can never have any control over the light. And that if you want to know for sure whether or not you’re dreaming, you have to try turning the light off or on.
Of all the questions authors get asked, the most puzzling but persistent concerns that which others might think of what the writer has produced. These others - these potential disapprovers - might be the writer’s spouse, her family, her colleagues, c... Read more