Writers often say they are driven to write. Now there’s proof of a physiological compulsion. Author and neurologist Alice Flaherty draws on scientific research, her own experience, and the lives of other writers to explore how and why we write.

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  • Dr. Alice Flaherty author, neurologist at Massachusetts General Hospital, teacher at Harvard Medical School.

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