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      Favorite snacks of the great writers. Illustration by Wendy MacNaughton

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      Published in the New York Times Book Review, Wendy MacNaughton's "Snacks of the Great Scribblers" depicts food the great writers use(d) to fuel their writing. Snacks of the Great Scribblers Print New York by wendymacnaughton,

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      Snack foods of great writers by Wendy MacNaughton, NYT

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      Famous authors and their favorite snacks. Illustration by Wendy MacNaughton

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    MacNaughton did this piece for the New York Times and I had to have it. I think Truman Capote's got it right. (Snacks of the Great Scribblers, Wendy MacNaughton.)

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    Then I scolded myself. Snap out of it! Get busy bitch! Write. Do something,. Anything. Write bitch. Write!

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    A writer is someone who spends years patiently trying to discover the second being inside him, and the world that makes him who he is: when I speak of writing, what comes first to my mind is not a novel, a poem, or literary tradition, it is a person who shuts himself up in a room, sits down at a table, and alone, turns inward; amid its shadows, he builds a new world with words.