Tag Archives: David Lubar

August 17

Confessions of a Dedicated Writer by David Lubar

I suffer from a debilitating genetic condition. I am sprung from a people who traditionally slather themselves in worry and guilt with the vigor of beachgoers applying sunscreen. I agonize over any act of mine that might cause the slightest inconvenience to another human being. For example, when I park on an empty street, I […]

May 12

The Loneliness of the Short Distance Writer by David Lubar

I love short stories. I love reading them, and I love writing them. It could be worse. I could be in love with crafting haiku or constructing sonnets. In either of those cases, I definitely would have had a hard time turning pro. (As any Renaissance scholar can tell you, the sonnet market collapsed once […]