Ed Team

On Writing and Identity

Filed By Ed Team | May 16, 2009 7:30 AM | comments

Filed in: Quote of the Day
Tags: AfterEllen, literature, little stranger, sarah waters

"It was very interesting writing with a male voice. It was quite liberating in a funny sort of way and made me understand why lesbian writers in the past might have chosen to write in that form, people like Daphne du Maurie. Not that I'm suggesting that as a lesbian strategy, but I really noticed it."

--Author Sarah Waters, talking with After Ellen about her new book, Little Stranger


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