By Tom Blunt 4 min read
People have been throwing shade for as long as they could form words. Take, for example, these thirteen instances of authors getting smartly sharp.
By Chris Bohjalian 6 min read
Chris Bohjalian on his day-to-day writing process, the impression John Gardner made on his writing career, and why he's glad he didn't become a banker.
By Tom Blunt 3 min read
As an antidote to over-enthusiasm, we refer you to some of the most biting, self-deprecating, and uninspiring author quotes for a little negative reinforcement.
By Ellen Meister 3 min read
Ellen Meister, author of Dorothy Parker Drank Here, helps demonstrate the increasingly obvious reasons why Dorothy Parker's wit and humor remains as relevant today as it was revolutionary in the 1920s.