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selected interviews

Rebecca McClanahan
an interview with rececca mcclanahan

from "The Writer's Chronicle"

"The more attention we pay— "pay" suggesting that it will cost us something— the more complex and extraordinary those designs become."

On Voice Prints, Ghost Thoughts, and Plates Set Spinning

from "River Teeth: A Journal of Nonfiction Narrative"

"Opening up--at least the way that phrase is often used in writing workshops--is not all it's cracked up to be. People on Oprah and other talk shows open up all the time; perhaps they even find their true voices. But that doesn't mean they've created an artful text. And creating an artful text is what we're trying to do."