All writers, probably, are a bit insecure all of the time, and very insecure much of the time. But you work against that. That’s just how the game is played. You can’t let yourself bog down permanently into such a state of despair, or ennui, or whatever it is. You have to work against it. We get back to the idea of the writer having to write. I once read something by Kafka, a letter. He said something to this effect: “God doesn’t want me to write, but I have to write.” And so there’s this terrible tug of war, and you know who wins, but I can’t help it, it’s just something I have to do. And that’s pretty much my philosophy too.