This from a recent interview of Underground Fav writer Garrison Keillor:

City Paper: You seem to me to be the consummate raconteur — you write short, long, funny, poignant, magazine- and newspaper-style … and then of course for radio as well as for print. Is versatility something you had to cultivate over the years, or does it just come naturally to you?

Garrison Keillor: Nothing comes naturally, not to me. I got myself into a line of work for which I have no aptitude, none, so I have to make up for it with dogged effort plus ignorance. It’s good not to recognize one’s own failures. Just go skipping along.

You can read the entire interview here.

Keep just skipping along, Tom Chandler.