Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Writers in Waiting, Waiting on Writers

There's a fun story from the August 24 edition of The Washington Post about the waiters at Bread Loaf.

Bread Loaf Writers' Conference


Kevin said...

"We're wearing aprons, but everybody who's here -- the agents, the editors, the faculty, the fellows, the other contributors -- knows that this person who's waiting on you is going to be a very important writer in four or five years," ...

Man, I had no idea that Bread Loaf was the key to success. Guess I should have gone when I had the chance.

Clifford Garstang said...

What were you thinking? Of course you should have gone!