Posted on November 19, 2019 at 9:30 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
In a way, it’s not surprising that a songwriter might also enjoy writing fiction — and even excel at it.
But The Who’s Pete Townshend points out a few key differences in the two art forms (besides the length) of course in a recent interview with NPR.
The rock star is speaking from experience; he recently published his debut novel, The Age of Anxiety, and will also release an album called WHO with his band on December 6.
You can listen to Townshend’s conversation about creativity with Raina Douris below or read an edited transcript of the interview on NPR’s website.
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