By Tom Blunt 4 min read
Here are a few quotes from authors with autism to underscore the continued struggle for acceptance and understanding of those on the spectrum.
By Lorraine Berry 13 min read
We spoke with Kelly Cherry, author of Quartet for J. Robert Oppenheimer, about Oppenheimer, MFA programs, and being told to “shut up" but speaking anyway.
By Tom Blunt 3 min read
The following are 16 pearls of wisdom, gathered from luminaries who've walked the writer's path before us -- and lived to complain about it.
By Holiday Reinhorn 7 min read
Holiday Reinhorn discusses recording the audiobook for her short story collection 10 years after her book's release, then falling in love with the form.
By Rodney Jones 4 min read
When a poet starts to write something like fiction, it is a long climb. Giving up first-person point of view is the first step, and a hard one.
By Kathy Hepinstall 4 min read
Mothers. Can’t live with them, can’t be born without them. Why are stories of mothers and daughters such a potent literary device?