1591280996d__35819-1428000312-400-600Chapter Three—Word Fussers and Who-whomers

In which Wilson offers the other side of the coin so forcefully tossed in chapter one—namely that having something to say by no means guarantees that you will have the ability to say it.

Chapter Four—Born for the Clerihew

In which Wilson points out that writers in a rut may find it beneficial to take the scenic route—unless of course, that is the particular rut they are already stuck in.