"The real rare bird is the writer who debuts after 40."
May 22, 2015 7:56 AM Subscribe
In writing class after writing class, I see time and again how the question of talent haunts the young, who come to class hoping to make it into that anointed group—those who publish to glory young. [But] the question of age haunts my older students more than talent.
Alexander Chee in Lithub, via The Toast.
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