Episode 3: David Grann
David Grann, staff writer at The New Yorker, talks with Max Linsky.
“You don’t always know all the answers. I think that’s what kinda makes life interesting. The thing that makes these stories real, while they are in some ways unfathomable, [is that] there’s an uneasiness of certitude. Because there are things that are not always known, there are elements of doubt, and that can be very haunting.”
Mark Singer and David Grann on the art of writing about mysterious characters. (Don’t miss Grann’s masterful story The Chameleon, about a French impostor.)