There are a thousand chapters in Sayed Kashua's new book, Native. A thousand of them (that might be an exaggeration), but my favorite one is called "Anti-Hero" and it begins like this:
"'We have to leave the country,' I informed my wife as I went over the final proofs. 'We won't be able to stay here after this book is published.'
'Don't exaggerate,' my wife said. 'You're not the only one — there are a lot of bad writers and none of them is thinking about escaping from the country because of another embarrassing book.'