Frank Sargeson compares creative writing to making mud pies in an extract from 'On writing a novel', a radio programme recorded about 1950. This was part of a series called 'The problems of the artist in New Zealand'. He discusses his early writing efforts, and the difficulties he had to overcome. (5 min 58 sec)
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