The Book Dr.
Malu Halasa is on new ground.
A journalist and author of numerous non-fiction books on the Middle East, Malu HalasaView full post »
Sandra Scofield is like a warm hug from writing itself.
For ages, I’ve loved Sandra Scofield’s The SceneView full post »
David Rocklin Found a Novel in a Photograph.
While researching his first novel about the photographer Julia MargaretView full post »
Lisa Cron believes all writing is being taught wrong.
Lisa Cron is a woman on a mission: she wants to help you writeView full post »
Piper Huguley is changing history as we know it.
There are genres and then there are subgenres. One of the things IView full post »
Fran Krause started with a little side project, and then it blew up.
After an experiment with YouTube animation leftView full post »
Steven Tagle wants every writer to know about the Fulbright
A few episodes ago, when Patricia Park was on the show,View full post »
It’s almost November and you know what that means…
No- not Thanksgiving- NaNoWriMo! What does that mean,View full post »
Victor LaValle writes good stories.
My husband has been devouring his catalogue of novels with a singularView full post »
Yes, you read that right. On Tuesdays, Scott O’Connor shows up at my house along with a band of students.
ItView full post »
Patricia Park is one of the few writers I know up to taking on Jane Eyre.
I’m not talking about talent. As wellView full post »
I wish I had been smart enough to come up with Joe Fassler’s book idea.
As a fellow interview lover, Joe hasView full post »
Paul McVeigh wrote a story in an afternoon that took twenty years.
How is that possible? We gather images over time,View full post »
Gabriela Pereira doesn’t think you NEED to get an MFA.
However, need and want are two different things. An MFAView full post »
Scott Stabile has earned the right to share advice.
There are many books out there that share life advice. There areView full post »
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