Q&A from Newtonville Books
-Name a writer in history you would’ve like to have been a contemporary of and why.
Virginia Woolf, because she was deeply engaged in the modernist experiment, believed in difficulty, enjoyed talking about it with other writers, though they never come off well in her diaries. And she was a great conversationalist, loved parties. Truly fun conversation is so rare; I can’t remember ever having one at a party. READ MORE.