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A Q&A With My Comments Submitted by White Readers

Like many writers, I tend not to respond to comments. But it’s time for some exceptions.

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I have been told several times over the years that, as a writer, I internet wrong. That seems to mostly hinge on a personal rule I put in place a few years back: With rare exceptions, I don’t respond to comments on my work.

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