Bad Dream Fodder

‘I hate bad dreams. My writing life has consisted, largely, of channeling all possible bad dream fodder into my waking life, with the help of fiction. To put it simply: I write bad dreams in the day, so I don’t have to suffer them at night. This is, I have found, a largely satisfactory method. There may be violent crime in my books, but there are gambolling lambs in my dreams. But what, you ask, of my reader’s dreams? That, I would say, is none of my business.’ (Viktor Kesserman)

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