I will be doing a livestream Q & A on my YouTube channel soon! If you have any questions for me, leave a comment on this post and there’s a good chance it’ll be included. After the stream, I will post a transcript here (and a video for those who want to watch).

Hope your week is going well!

4 thoughts on “Q & A

  1. Favorite classic authors (or if that is too specific, favorites by some classic category). Least favorites as well. Favorite and least favorite books. I often like a lot of a author’s works but not all, but some times that isn’t the case.

    Did you start reading classics as a teen, if so did you understand. I really struggled with reading as a teen, it was early twenties that I really started reading more, including the easier or “girlier” classics.

    Most obscure classics you’ve read.

    What makes a classic, and have you read any modern literary novel (Wendell Berry and Marianne Robinson are the two I I think are literary that I’ve read, I don’t think I’ve read any others) thank you think could or should be a classic.

    Any classic that you think doesn’t deserve status whether in quality or because it’s famous for non-literary reasons (mine would be Frankenstein, that was clearly who she hung out with and people’s taking the idea, maybe the idea is unique the book is not, and The Great Gatsby, the idea isn’t even that unique and again, people taking and making more of the idea) .

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