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Heidi Julavits - Quotes

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I won't deny that I have a far more productive writing life without the Internet, mostly because I rekindle my ability to concentrate on one thing for a period of longer than three minutes. My curiosity is channeled inward rather than Internet-ward. ---->>>

Usually I'll write all the way through to an end, and then I go back and try to fix the ending so that it makes sense. I don't think out the plot ahead of time. ---->>>

I buy a lot of books I've found via the Internet, whose existences I'd otherwise never have known about. ---->>>

I obviously read and adore traditional fiction. I teach traditional fiction; I also teach all kinds of not-so-traditional fiction. ---->>>

I spend far too much time on eBay buying lamps and upholstery remnants. ---->>>

A logic proof is: you get a starting point and an ending point, and you have to get there through all these different steps and tautologies. I approach novel writing that way. When I get to the end I have to go back and connect everything. ---->>>

During the summers, when I'm in Maine, I work at a desk that's located beyond all tendrilly wi-fi reaches. It takes me a few days to break the constant e-mail-checking habit, then I find I don't want to check my e-mail ever, and often don't for days. ---->>>

I think female-female relationships interest me so much more because they're so encoded. There is kind of a psychic element that happens within groups of women. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 06-21, 1968
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Heidi Suzanne Julavits (born 1968) is an American author and co-editor of The Believer magazine. She has been published in The Best Creative Nonfiction Vol. 2, Esquire, Culture+Travel, Story, Zoetrope All-Story, and McSweeney’s Quarterly. Her novels include The Mineral Palace (2000), The Effect of Living Backwards (2003), The Uses of Enchantment (2006), and The Vanishers (2012) (wikipedia)