In three great piles on the barn’s floor were pyramids of skulls with the antlers still attached.
Toni Morrison, Towering Novelist of the Black Experience, Dies at 88 Interview with Kimberly King Parsons, author of Black Light “Why You Should Write About Your Characters at Work” by […]
For the last two years, Writers & Words have partnered with the wonderful poets and artists from Ink Press Productions to co-run The Woods writing retreat
I realized that the heart of the story was not the cranberries or the road trip or Thanksgiving dinner, but what was missing.
Congratulations to Dylan Taylor, whose story “572” in jmww is one of 10 semi-finalists for the VERA
“The Literal (and Figurative) Whiteness of Moby Dick” by Gabrielle Bellot Interview with Taffy Brodesser-Akner, author of Fleishman Is in Trouble Review of The Vexations by Caitlin Horrocks “Of Dreams […]
Parkland happened, and we knew we couldn’t stay silent any longer.
The Desert Sky Before Us is an ambitious novel.
Cranberries that weren’t lively enough, that didn’t bounce, got thrown away. You saved that information for future use.
Stephen King Reviews Laura Lippman’s New Novel, Lady in the Lake “The Color of the Year 2022” by Juhea Kim at Catapult Stories Review of Headlong by Ron MacLean Interview […]