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?
By Nathan Gelgud 2 min read
Considering his body of work, we could consider the writer a category unto himself: John McPhee is one of those...John McPhee kind of writers.
By Tobias Carroll 6 min read
David Grossman, author of A Horse Walks Into a Bar, is an incredibly talented Israeli writer with a bibliography varied enough for any reader to enjoy.
By Nathan Gelgud 3 min read
On the occasion of W.H. Auden's 110th birthday, we've illustrated one of the poet's most powerful works: "Funeral Blues," or "Stop all the Clocks."