Writers are shape-shifters and skin-walkers. We’re liars, able to take on stories, dialects, eras, perspectives, genders and species not our own and convincingly put words to it, credibly clothe the experience. We tell stories, raise questions, and hopefully provoke reactions. Writing, as psychologist and cognitive scientist Steven Pinker thrillingly describes it, is ‘a way that […]
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