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Gary Raymond

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Gary Raymond is a novelist, critic, editor and broadcaster. He is one of the founding editors of Wales Arts Review, and has been editor since 2014. He is the author of two novels, The Golden Orphans (Parthian, 2018) and For Those Who Come After (Parthian, 2015). He is a widely published critic and cultural commentator, and is the presenter of BBC Radio Wales’ The Review Show.

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Gary Raymond Write through it. Essentially, I don't believe in "writer's block". Creating a novel is all about redrafting, and you can't do that if you have…moreWrite through it. Essentially, I don't believe in "writer's block". Creating a novel is all about redrafting, and you can't do that if you have nothing to redraft. The first draft will be terrible, so just get words on the page. Turn up for work and write. Anything else is just not writing - you can call it what you want - but you have to turn up to work. Doctor's don't say they can't treat anyone today because they have medicine block.(less)
Gary Raymond Creating stories. The satisfaction as a writer must come from the work itself, and not from anything else, because it's the writing that takes so much…moreCreating stories. The satisfaction as a writer must come from the work itself, and not from anything else, because it's the writing that takes so much blood, sweat, tears, and time. If the reward is not the work, you're in the wrong profession.(less)
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