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Writer Dad in the Virginia Quarterly Review

The Review Review just highlighted a new series from VQR, “Writer Dad.” Here’s the second installment with Ro Cuzon. And the first with Tobias Buckell.

I read both of these, and I could relate completely. I’m a writer dad, myself. Both these guys seem to say the same thing: You’ll find time. And kids add to your creativity.

Looking forward to the next one.

This Week’s Recommended Reading: “The Grave” by Katherine Anne Porter

Electric Literature knocks it out of the park again with this week’s Recommended Reading story, “The Grave,”¬†recommended by Virginia Quarterly Review.¬†And if you missed the last one, read “Everything Is Nice,” by Jane Bowles, too. That one was recommended by Lynne Tillman. Two really great stories by fantastic women writers.