How to Be A Writer
How To Be A Writer is a collection of interviews with famous writers, performers and industry insiders that takes the reader through a writer’s day, from getting up to giving in. And, along the way, asks: When do you get ideas? When should you write? How do you deal with your money? Who do you have lunch with? And how do you keep going?
Featuring JON RONSON, EMMA DONOGHUE, DENNIS KELLY, CAITLIN MORAN, JASON HAZELEY, JOEL MORRIS, SUZANNE MOORE, CATHERINE ROSENTHAL, MARK ELLEN, JOHN PANTON, JO UNWIN, MARTYN WAITES, MARK BILLINGHAM, ISZI LAWRENCE
David Quantick is an Emmy-winning television writer and the author of the best-selling writing manual How To Write Everything. He has written for television in the USA (Veep) and the UK (The Thick Of It, Brass Eye, Harry Hill’s TV Burp), and is also a radio broadcaster (The Blagger’s Guide, 52 First Impressions), author (The Mule, Sparks) and a journalist who’s written for over 50 different publications, from the Daily Telegraph to The Dandy.
'David Quantick knows nothing about writing. I know nothing about writing. This should be good.' Chris Morris; 'If only Morrissey had read this book.' John Niven, author of Kill Your Friends;
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