weird, hellish, nonsense reads
I’d love to read the notes on vocal training! 🥰
I would love to hear more about the planning/research/ideation process you’re going through for your next book!
100% would love to read about your reading technique to write Babel
Yes..(I have lectured before about a related reading technique I call vocal training; I can publish those notes as a Substack essay sometime if that would be of interest.)
i love that you also love elif batuman! you two are some of my favorite authors 💞💞
i would love to read about vocal training !
Just wanted to say that I giggled when I read 'cats; cambridge; hell' and also wishing you a pleasant new year! I'm really excited to read yellowface in the new year ;)
Would love to hear more about your process and vocal training! So excited to dive into another one of your masterpieces!
Love where you're going with reaching beyond your comfort zone and challenging the norms. Keep going!
Wow... do you have a long reading list for Babel? I think I saw one on your twt, but do you have a list of fictional ones?
Have you read “Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell”? I think it matches what you’re looking for, since the writing is close to Neil Gaiman’s, it has rival magicians like “The Prestige”, the humor is nonsensical, and it features an original story interwoven with historical facts like your previous work.
so excited for the next books everything you write is gold