Bird by Bird - Part 2, Section 4, Radio Station KFKD Summary & Analysis

Anne Lamott
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Part 2, Section 4, Radio Station KFKD Summary and Analysis

KFKD is a way for Anne to define the random thoughts interfering with intuition and eventually writing. KFKD is a theoretical radio station blaring two complete opposite streams of music into the writer's ears. Turning on just as a writer sits down to write, one side plays how the writer is so wonderfully gifted, talented and smart while the other is the stream of doubt, ridicule and depression. In other words, the second stream is a clear example of Anne's neurotic obsessiveness about her writing. Anne's point is to tune out KFKD and to tune into the story.

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