I just finished this: my first borrowed ebook from the public library, with many thanks to the library employee who called me on the telephone and cut through a bewildering number of options to click, click, click my way to success. (Oh, no, clicking on “Let’s Get Started” was not a good idea.)
Sarah Ruhl, as I’m sure you know but I’ll say it just the same, is a playwright and Max Ritvo was a poet who applied for, and gained, admission to her playwriting course. Max says that the course did not make a playwright of him, but it improved his poetry immensely.
Sarah and Max were fast friends who, when they were geographically apart, stayed together through correspondence. Correspondence and correspondence, in two senses of the word. They put together a book of their letters which is lightly narrated by Sarah.
I would love to quote some of the text, but how to choose? Just read it, or at the very least put it on your TBR list.