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The only time the genial, hyperarticulate Barton seems briefly flustered is when she's asked what she's not good at (housework ranks high, as does long-distance running). "I could never write again and my days would still be full—teaching, raising kids. I'd get a job; I'd open a store. But I'm going to write, so that's off the table."
Spoken like a boss.