Nevoia de rutină

Un post minunat pe un blog de SF despre rutina de scris a lui Asimov, Amis, Murakami şi Roth. Din Asimov:

In “In Memory Yet Green,” the first volume of his autobiography, published in 1979, he explained how he became a compulsive writer. His Russian-born father owned a succession of candy stores in Brooklyn that were open from 6 A.M. to 1 A.M. seven days a week. Young Isaac got up at 6 o’clock every morning to deliver papers and rushed home from school to help out in the store every afternoon. If he was even a few minutes late, his father yelled at him for being a folyack, Yiddish for sluggard. Even more than 50 years later, he wrote: “It is a point of pride with me that though I have an alarm clock, I never set it, but get up at 6 A.M. anyway. I am still showing my father I’m not a folyack.”

Am mai scris despre nevoia de rutină aici, aici şi aici. O groază de poveşti despre rutina scriitorilor găsiţi şi aici.


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