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Tag Archives: Jill Soloway
“I want to double down on me.”
I’ve been pretty obsessed with Jill Soloway’s series Transparent this winter break, which led me to reading Ariel Levy’s fabulous profile of Soloway in The New Yorker titled “Dolls and Feelings.” There are a dozen reason why any emerging writer should read this profile, but the juncture of Soloway’s story that keeps replaying in my head is the one at which her career was at its lowest point and she made the decision to “double down” on herself. Continue reading
Posted in Cheryl Strayed, More Stuff for Writers, Writing Tips Tagged Cheryl Strayed, emerging writers, Jill Soloway, Memoir, Transparent, Writing 27 Comments