Raymond Carver Interviews: Prose as Architecture

I’ve always believed writing is intensely personal – even if you’re writing fiction. Everything is rooted in your own mind and your own vision. That being said, I love reading author interviews to see where they write from, and compare it to the place from which I write. Not to change anything necessarily (maybe sometimes, though!) but just out of interest and curiosity.

I came across these two interviews with Raymond Carver, and to finish out our time with him I wanted to share them today. I think reading them is important and inspiring o us in thinking about our own relationships with our writing, and even our relationship with his (and other writer’s) writing.


Link here: http://www.iwu.edu/~jplath/carver.html


I’ll look forward to hearing your thoughts and interpretations!


One thought on “Raymond Carver Interviews: Prose as Architecture

  1. Hola, quizás os interese saber que tenemos una colección que incluye el relato ‘A Small, Good Thing’ de Raymond Carver en versión original conjuntamente con el relato ‘Oh, Joseph, I’m So Tired’ de Richard Yates.

    El formato de esta colección es innovador porque permite leer directamente la obra en inglés sin necesidad de usar el diccionario al integrarse un glosario en cada página.

    Tenéis más info de este relato y de la colección Read&Listen en http://www.ponsidiomas.com/catalogo/raymond-carver—richard-yates.html

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