How describes himself a writer?
Charlotte Digregorio asks the question to the authors on the web.
The result is a very interesting article.
Thanks to all who responded to my recent survey about describing yourself as a writer in just one word. There were fifty-five responses. (If I’ve inadvertently forgotten anyone’s response, please let me know.)
It’s interesting that some of you didn’t use an adjective to describe yourselves.
The list of words is below:
- minimalist– Maureen Sudlow
- introspective– Maria Laura Valente
- melancholic– Eufemia Griffo
- deadline-driven– Barb Germiat
- questing– Paul Beech
- uncomfortable– Alan Summers
- vulnerable– Marjorie Robertson
- quixotic– Rick Daddario
- journeyman– Michael Henry Lee
- reclusive– Alison Williams
- instinctive– Anna Maria Domburg-Sancristoforo
- addicted– Jan Dobb
- spur-of-the moment– Billy Antonio
- heart– Ellen Grace Olinger
- doubtful– Olivier Schopfer
- open– kjmunro
- minimalist–Margherita Petriccione
- distillment– Nancy Rapp
- obsessed–Valorie Broadhurst Woerdehoff
- marooned– Earl Keener
- communion– Pasquale Asprea
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