They had all studied creative writing, and lived in a post-modern literary world which had long ago shed the pedestrian concerns of character and conflict.
How Not To Write A Novel
Neil Stevenson

LOLOLOL this is hilarious and bleak and clairvoyant.

(In my experience—not to denigrate yours—this writing group is composed of late-20s men with well-groomed facial hair looking down their noses at plotty “women’s fiction.” “But why must so much happen?” they ask.)

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