Aug 26, 2019
Anthony shares his writing journey with Katy, from his earliest beginnings as an amateur writer to the challenges of writing from the perspective of a young blind girl in All the Light We Cannot See. He also shares how he got the idea for this book that would become a world-wide sensation, and why it took him a decade to write.
Also, don't miss part two of this episode, airing immediately after this one, where Anthony delves into his time living in Rome and the memoir that resulted from it.
Find Anthony at his website anthonydoerr.com
His is the editor of The Best American Short Stories 2019, out in October and available for pre-order here.
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