EDITORa S Letter

Sep 21, 2011 Read more: Texas Monthly

Some writers are journeymen, always on the road. Others work and rework the same ground, eventually becoming identified with the places they inhabit.

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San Antonio, TX

#1 Sep 21, 2011
But what if the writers travel to the same places, AND get recognized there? Then you'll have more places to become identified.

What if it's an author of erotic novels? If they stayed in the same place, wouldn't things become monotonous and boring?

What if you wrote ideas that made you a pariah in one community, but those same ideas would make you a paragon in another?

What if some writers were apprentices and masters? Where do they travel to?

Whats the sample size of the population of writers?
Did you make them feel out any surveys about how they journey, or stay stationary to find their identities?

I don't get this letter at all, not one single bit, and it upsets me!

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