Posts Tagged: Lorin Stein

How to Conquer Writer’s Block: Tip 86

WHY WRITERS MUST BE UNPROFESSIONAL I found this quote by Lorin Stein (Words Unwired, NYT, 1/8/2016) to be confirming to my process. She compares fiction writers to method actors, then explains the importance of being an essentially “unprofessional” solitary person. “To write a story also requires public solitude, the ability to be alone publicly like a method actor…. Read more »