For writers, the most dramatic relationship in life is probably with their own writing. I love you I hate you I love you I hate you good riddance where are you forget you come back.  Some days I'm all: "Thanks for nothing, asshole!" But when my writing takes me places like this, The Kenyon Review Writer's Workshop, where I get to spend a week as a fellow with other writers, I'm all: "Thank you thank you thank you! I'm sorry! Never leave me and I will never ever leave you!"

For writers, the most dramatic relationship in life is probably with their own writing. I love you I hate you I love you I hate you good riddance where are you forget you come back. 

Some days I'm all: "Thanks for nothing, asshole!"

But when my writing takes me places like this, The Kenyon Review Writer's Workshop, where I get to spend a week as a fellow with other writers, I'm all: "Thank you thank you thank you! I'm sorry! Never leave me and I will never ever leave you!"