By Signature 5 min read
Dianne Warren, author of Liberty Street, goes behind the books to talk about her writing routine, influential authors, and the necessity of frustration.
By Signature 4 min read
Lucy Sanna stops by to discuss the quiet of night, the sensuality of writers from the American South, the draw of water, and the escape of a juicy novel.
By Joe Muscolino 5 min read
Monte Reel discusses his literary influences, the passive act of finding a subject, the necessity of observation, and writing advice he's found particularly helpful: "Don't trust your comfort zone."
By Joe Muscolino 8 min read
Karen Abbott, author of Liar, Temptress, Soldier, Spy, tells us about her respect (and fear) of deadlines, the paralyzing prospects of switching genres, and the one frustrating thing about history: "Dead people don’t always say or do what you want them to."