Friday, May 07, 2004

Bill Clinton is reportedly "writing around the clock" to finish his memoir. I don't see how it will be any good at all, considering he's written most of it in the last four months. Is this possible, or is this one of those internet exaggerations and urban legends? Of course, the proof will be in the pudding. And it will be out--published and on bookstore shelves--in late June. If Clinton writes like he talks, he needs massive amounts of editing and there's no way that there's time to do it. Oh, well. How soul-baring can he be, when he has no time to reflect on what he's writing and what he's censoring?

He can only hope and pray that he will come down with a severe case of hypergraphia, a new disorder I discovered as a result of reading The Midnight Disease:The Drive to Write, Writer's Block, and the Creative Brain by the neurologist-writer Alice Weaver Flaherty.


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