In this interview, oddly produced by the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, critically acclaimed New York author and filmmaker Paul Auster discusses how he became a writer, as well as revealing the process behind his writing.
In this video he reflects on what it means to be a writer and why a good days work sometimes consist of crumbling up the written papers and throwing them into the trash. “A good days work, is if I have one typed page at the end of the day, two is amazing, three is a miracle.”
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