Recently I had the opportunity to sit in on a craft talk in which the wonderful Ruth Ozeki shared her process while writing The Book of Form and Emptiness, as well as her other books, including A Tale for the Time Being. Ozeki’s answers often sound as id they are answering multiple lines of inquiry at the same time before you’ve even formulated said question, so we ended up discussing many things. (If this is kind of thing sounds interesting to you, check out
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