Two Warm, Generous and Encouraging Letters Amos Oz Sent Me
Just two weeks after ‘All the Rivers’ was published, I received a letter from the man who composed some of the most beautifully written books in Hebrew. ‘In your voice you echo your writers, as I myself echo my writers,' Oz told me
They say that a writer’s work is done in solitude. They say that when writing, one is only half of oneself. The rumor is true, but only seemingly so. This task, although it requires seclusion, separation from...
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