In two previous posts (here and here) I’ve tried to reflect a bit on the place of creative writing in last week’s terrible events at Virginia Tech. And I’ve tried to link to others’ thoughts; in this post I’ll refer you to some more of that writing:
In The New York Times, Marc Santora and Christine Hauser write that the “Anger of Killer Was on Exhibit in His Writings.”
For a different take, see Stephen King’s commentary for Entertainment Weekly.
There’s also a conversation on this topic over on the After the MFA blog.
Then there’s Diane Roberts’s commentary on NPR’s Weekend Edition (Sunday). You can hear it here.