Editing Alice Munro’s stories is sometimes a lesson in feeling extraneous . . . But the process is one of excitement and deep investment in the story at hand. Whenever she disagrees with a suggested edit, I virtually always see, afterward, that it was the correct thing to do.”

An excellent insight into the editor/author relationship by Deborah Treisman, Alice Munro’s editor at the New Yorker.

Read Alice Munro’s New Yorker stories here.