How to Be A Writer

How to Be A Writer

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David Quantick interviews some of the best writers in a variety of field to provide a detailed overview for living your life as a writer on a daily practical level:~ In conversation with Caitlin Moran, Jon Ronson, Suzanne Moore, Mark Billingham, Emma Donoghue, Dennis Kelly and many others, David asks: * When do you get ideas? * When do you write? * How do you deal with your money? * Who do you have lunch with? * How do you keep going? How to Be a Writer looks at every aspect of a writer's life, from writing methods to writing habits and every aspect of day to day life as a writer. Advice and anecdotes from agents, publishers, comedy writers, stand-up comedians, best-selling authors and popular columnists - to help you BE the writer you want to be.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 188 pages
  • 130 x 200 x 20.32mm | 226.8g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1783199032
  • 9781783199037
  • 919,816

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'David Quantick knows nothing about writing. I know nothing about writing. This should be good.' Chris Morris; 'If only Morrissey had read this book.' John Niven, author of Kill Your Friends;
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About David Quantick

David Quantick really has written everything. As a television writer, he has written for The Thick Of It, The Day Today, Brass Eye, TV Burp and many other shows. He is also an award-winning writer on HBO's Veep and wrote the critically-praised Sky Arts Playhouse, Snodgrass. As a radio writer, he created Radio 4's One and Radio 2's The Blagger's Guide. His novel Sparks was described as "excellent" by Neil Gaiman and his graphic series Louis Wain (created with Savage Pencil) was published in Alan Moore's Dodgem Logic. As well as a series of music books and the official biography of Eddie Izzard, David wrote the Sunday Times best-seller Grumpy Old Men and has written for over 50 magazines and newspapers, from The Guardian and The Daily Telegraph to NME and Q. With Jane Bussmann, he created the world's first internet sitcom, The Junkies, and he is also the writer of several short films, including the highly-acclaimed Lot 13. How To Write Everything is his first book about writing.
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