Sunday, September 9, 2012

In his 2009 interview in The Guardian, William Trevor, the great Irish novelist and short story writer said: “To me, writing is entirely mysterious. If I didn’t believe it was a mystery, the whole thing wouldn’t be worthwhile. I don’t know not just how something is going to end, but what the next couple of lines are going to be.”

I discuss Trevor's novella, My House in Umbria at Women of Mystery today.

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