Writers Dreaming by Naomi Epel
26 Writers Talk About Their Dreams and the Creative Process

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As they discuss their dreams--both sleeping and waking--with Naomi Epel, the 26 writers in this intriguing book create a portrait of the creative process that is more candid than most autobiographies and more inspiring than any guide to writing.

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About Naomi Epel

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Epel hosts Booktalk, a weekly radio program in San Francisco. She is a frequent guest lecturer at Stanford University.
Published June 8, 1993 by Clarkson Potter. 292 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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Though the commentary derives from interviews, Epel has edited out her questions and sewn the answers into smooth-flowing essays from the likes of Maya Angelou, Clive Barker, Elmore Leonard, Gloria Naylor, Reynolds Price, Anne Rice, Robert Stone, and Amy Tan--a remarkable number of whom keep clos...

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Stephen King, Maya Angelou, William Styron, Art Spiegelman and others discuss their dreams and the roles they play in a writer's work.

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''I have never in my life been as bored as I have been by my friends telling me their dreams,'' Richard Ford says in this collection, Writers Dreaming.

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Reviews Philosophy About Our Affiliates Books & Audios Recently Reviewed This is a fascinating volume by dream researcher and radio show host Naomi Epel, contains interviews with 26 writers on the impact of dreams upon their creative work.

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