(November 11, 1922 – April 11, 2007)
"Young writers are too polite....You have to be mean to characters; you have to make the worst thing happen." Vonnegut has an original solution to the problem for today's aspiring writers; this he offers along with a timeless formula for short-story writing and a variety of reflections from his own personal perspective.
* Please note:
At 13:37 into the program, there is language that may be offensive to some audiences.