Taken from award-winning writer Lorrie Moore's debut short story collection Self-Help (1985), How To Become a Writer is a wryly witty deconstruction of tips for aspiring writers, told in vignettes by a self-absorbed narrator who fails to observe the wrold around her. A modern classic, this story has been pulled out to accompany the launch of the Faber Modern Classics list.
Publisher: Faber & Faber ISBN: 9780571323289 Number of pages: 32 Weight: 25 g Dimensions: 148 x 105 x 3 mm Edition: Main - Faber Modern Classics pamphlet
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