Like many lost weekends, mine started on Thursday. I was twenty-six years old by now, co-producing a Swahili hip-hop festival in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Reading through heartache. How does a person become a nun? A practical guide by Blair Hurley. Leticia Urietatalks with Lilly Dancyger about giving women permission to own their anger. Sonya Huber […]
I wanted to write this book the same way you engage in a treasure hunt: discovering clues, then going back in time to connect them to something you found earlier.
This story took twenty years to write. At the end a diver goes missing. If you want to stop now, that’s about it.
A brother’s story about being a stranger to his sister Your complete guide to Shirley Jackson books and short stories Remembering and pining for the Scholastic Book Fair Fiction Writers […]
We’ve managed to isolate ourselves, as a society, from nature. Throwing the animals back on equal footing is an interesting idea.
Every part serves the whole in Laskowski’s work
She was dead, yes, but they didn’t talk about it.
An agent explains the ins and outs of book deals The secret to writing: not writing? How giving up advanced reading copies can make you a better reader A new […]
Congratulations to all of our nominees! Nonfiction “Fat Black Woman With No Ass But Breasts That Make Up for It,” Katherine Morgan “My Marching Band,” Michael Royce, Fiction “Distance,” […]