When you think about something as specific as the Paleo Diet you kinda gotta ask yourself how someone today really knows what someone ate, say, 15,000 years ago. So we thought, why not ask an expert? Say an anthropologist who is an expert on the subject?
Mitchell is a literary virtuoso, best known for his 2004 novel “Cloud Atlas.” He’s famous for the intricate structure of his novels - which weave together multiple narrators, interconnected stories and even different genres - all within the same book. He’s done it again with “The Bone Clocks."
How do you win friends and influence people if you're an immigrant from Leningrad who's bullied at school? You write your way to friendship. That's what Gary Shteyngart did. We meet him in this hour as we explore creative writing. Also, the connection between alcohol and creativity. And how The Trickster can help you discover your true creative potential.We learn how Gary Shteyngart won friends and influenced people through his creative writing in this hour.