Meg Wolitzer - Quotes

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My being a writer and playing Scrabble are connected. If I have a good writing day, I'll take a break and play online Scrabble. My favorite word as a child was 'carrion,' before I knew what it meant. I later created crossword puzzles, which was a lot about puns, and how words would create these strange, strange things. ---->>>

I've always been drawn to writing for young readers. The books that I read growing up remain in my mind very strongly. ---->>>

I really love Scrabble. I played it with my mother growing up. We took it everywhere with us. We didn't know then about the two letter words. Who knew that AA, or more controversially, ZA, or QI were words? We were a games family generally. ---->>>

Good writing is good writing, and I'm so happy when I read it. ---->>>

In 'The Interestings' I wanted to write about what happens to talent over time. In some people talent blooms, in others it falls away. ---->>>

'Charlotte's Web,' which I read sitting on my mother's lap, was the most emotional experience: that was when I made the leap from seeing how to untangle words to realizing how books both contain and convey strong feelings. ---->>>

If you've written a powerful book about a woman and your publisher then puts a 'feminine' image on the cover, it 'types' the book. ---->>>

I think everyone is always measuring themselves against other people to a certain degree; it happens automatically, and it's hard not to be this way at least some of the time. ---->>>

When I wrote 'The Interestings,' I wanted to let time unspool, to give the book the feeling of time passing. I had to allow myself the freedom to move back and forth in time freely, and to trust that readers would accept this. ---->>>

Both my mother and I have close groups of friends that include other writers, and these friendships are very important to us. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 05-28, 1959
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Occupation: Writer
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Meg Wolitzer (born May 28, 1959) is an American writer, best known for The Wife, The Ten-Year Nap, The Uncoupling, and The Interestings. She currently works as an instructor in the MFA program at Stony Brook Southampton.(wikipedia)