Thursday, 15 March 2012
An interview with Chet Cunningham
When did you decide you wanted to be a writer?
In high school we had a test essay type. I didn’t really know the answer, so I wrote all the way around it. Got an A. So I said this writing is a great thing to do.
Did anyone encourage you to be a writer, and if so whom?
No one urged me to be a writer. Just the opposite. When I started college I flunked the English exam and was put in the remedial English class. The HEA of the journalism department said since I was in remedial English I couldn’t be a journalism major. I eventually got in by selling four short articles to the Portland newspapers...
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