Another question for Simon Kewin

Q: How often do you think about writing during a day?

A: Some days, when all the background noise of daily life gets in the way, I guess I don’t think about writing that much. Other days, when there’s a bit more space, I think about it a lot, playing with ideas in my head, coming up with scenes and dialogues. There’s probably a lesson there: to write you need to give yourself time to let the words and ideas flow. As someone once said, “You must stay drunk on writing so reality cannot destroy you.”


Simon Kewin’s story “What the Darkness Is” was published on Friday, 22 September 2017.
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About Angie Lathrop

Angie writes science fiction from her farm outside of Madison, Wisconsin. She is also a veterinarian and an artist who works exclusively in the medium of corn mazes. She recently repeated high school while teaching her autistic, science fiction writer son.

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Angie Lathrop’s story “Radical Abundance” will be published on Friday, 29 September 2017.
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