“Being a writer is like being stuck in a leaky rowboat tossed about in a tumultuous sea of poverty, rejection and isolation. But I still love writing.” – Arthur Nersesian
The question 'why do you write' may seem simple but coming up with an answer isn’t always that easy.
After taking a slight detour into the land of excess cynicism the other week (probably from spending too much time in the snark polluted waters of the internet, although my excuses and reasons are indeed my own) I decided to obtain some advice and perhaps inspiration from a variety of writers by asking them one question – why do you write?
The writers who took the time to give me an answer were Arthur Nersesian, Julian Gallo, Bill Friday, Loren Kleinman, Hunter S. Jones and Dean Walker, all of them excellent writers, novelists and poets who are the embodiment of the word 'inspirational'.
The article 'Six Writers, six reasons' can be found by clicking here – Expats Post