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We often focus on what we write and how we write it. But what if we should be asking ourselves why we
 

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November 29 · Issue #20 · View online
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We often focus on what we write and how we write it. But what if we should be asking ourselves why we write and who we write for? Which heroes do we idolize and which traditions do we follow? These are questions that Claire Vaye Watkins asks in our lead story, On Pandering. It is an important read, and an excellent kick off to this week’s roundup. As always, thank you for subscribing. If you’re enjoying Writrsbloc, please consider sharing it with a friend. -Lucas

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