In this podcast Craig Davidson talks about Nick Cutter, mid-career writers, creative burnout, and much more.
About Craig Davidson
Craig Davidson is a Canadian author of short stories and novels, who has published work under both his own name and the pen names Patrick Lestewka and Nick Cutter. His fiction as Craig Davidson includes Rust and Bone, Cataract City, and The Saturday Night Ghost Club. Nick Cutter novels include The Troop, The Deep, and Little Heaven.
- [04:40] Conversation start/ early life lessons growing up in Niagara Falls
- [10:00] Writing what and where you know
- [11:00] Mid-career writer
- [13:00] Gifting characters life experiences
- [14:00] Mid-career writer response
- [34:30] Bad reviews
- [39:10] Creative burnout
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