In which a bunch of authors & editors are invited to answer the question: How do you deal with creative exhaustion?
I rarely suffer from creative burnout, and I think the reason is because, with a couple of kids, writing time is still precious. We just had the school holidays and I could not claw more than a few minutes a day at the keyboard, which means that first thing Monday morning, I fake a tear as the kids go to school and am raring to go. So, yeah. Have kids. Avoid creative burnout.
– Kaaron Warren’s short story collections are The Grinding House and Dead Sea Fruit. Her novels are Slights, Walking the Tree and Mistification. Her website is kaaronwarren.wordpress.com and she’s on twitter @kaaronwarren