Raymond Carver’s Greatest Writing Advice

From a post on lithub.com by Emily Temple headlined “Raymond Carver’s greatest writing advice”:

Raymond Carver was born in Clatskanie, Oregon. Later, he would cement his position as one of America’s greatest and most beloved writers and poets, a true master of the short story form. Carver is one of those writers who tends to spawn other writers—more than one person I know fell in love with the short story form after they encountered “Cathedral” for the first time. So who better to offer a little bit of writing advice to those of us still trying to get it right? Here are a few gems from the man himself: