Day 7: The 7am Novelist: Obstacles
Better Done than Perfect with Dariel Suarez
Author and educator Dariel Suarez talks about the larger social and publishing concerns that could be holding you back, while trying to refocus yourself on the work in front of you.
And apparently the great Jami Attenberg was writing about the exact same idea today! Here’s Jami’s take:
Dariel Suarez is the Cuban-born author of the novel The Playwright’s House and the story collection A Kind of Solitude, winner of the International Latino Book Award for Best Collection of Short Stories. He is an inaugural City of Boston Artist Fellow and the Education Director at GrubStreet. Dariel’s writing has received the First Lady Cecile de Jongh Literary Prize and has appeared in Best American Essays, The Threepenny Review, The Kenyon Review, Prairie Schooner, Michigan Quarterly Review, and The Caribbean Writer, among others. He resides in the Boston area with his wife and daughter.