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Thursday, 27 April 2017

WRITERS ON WRITING #93: Barry Hannah


Many of us have been writers since we were ten because we've been hams in one way or another.  We want our times dramatized.  We don't want to be erased by time, and I think that's what it's all about.  I think everything's a monument, every piece of work we do, to a past.  And that's the story.  That's the plot.

The Art of Fiction #184  [The Paris Review #172, Winter 2004]


Click HERE to read the full BARRY HANNAH interview by LACEY GALBRAITH in the online archive of The Paris Review.  You can also click HERE to read another BARRY HANNAH interview by FIONA MAAZEL originally published in the Fall 2001 issue of Bomb magazine.

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