Should writers refer to themselves rewriters? I ask because writers often spend more time rewriting than writing.
John Winslow Irving, the author of The World According to Garp, reported shared:
Rewriting is surely three-quarters of my life as a writer, and it may be the part of my life as a writer that I value the most or have the greatest confidence in. Fine tuning, fine tuning, fine tuning—I love it.
In the end, rewriting is writing; thus, writer is a fitting (job) description.
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