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Jealousy is always an issue when you have artistic egos vying for personal space in a relationship – although it’s not something unique to the artistic. Robert Fulford looks at an essay by writer Kathryn Chetkovich about her own struggles with her work and herself when her partner, Jonathan Franzen, hit popular and literary success with his book, The Corrections.

I never knew Margaret Millar was married to Ross MacDonald, in his real-life incarnation – Ken Millar.

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  • Eric Olsen

    Of course this is true of couples who share any field!

  • Dew

    I would think among ‘artistic types’ it would be heightened because creative genius is sibling to insanity. It would really take work(and possibly alcohol) to make such a relationship work successfully.