The Lost Saranac Interviews by Joe David Bellamy
Forgotten Conversations with Famous Writers

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Uncover a Forgotten Piece of Literary History

What if you could spend an exclusive weekend secluded away with today's most celebrated authors where you could discuss writing, literature, and how to develop your craft?

The Lost Saranac Interviews takes you into one of the most stimulating and dynamic writing environments of the past thirty years: The Saranac Writers' Conference. In wooded cabins surrounding the idyllic Saranac Lake in upstate New York, writers such as Joyce Carol Oates, Ann Beattie, and Carolyn Forche congregated from 1975-1979 to discuss their work. Invaluable transcripts and photographs have captured the wisdom and atmosphere of that time, which celebrated the importance of community and conversation between writers.

Never before have the Saranac conversations and interviews been made available, until now. This book will forever change how you live your writing life.

 

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Published October 3, 2007 by Writer's Digest Books. 272 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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