By Signature Views 1 min read
Diana Gabaldon, author of Outlander, explains how she crafts a sentence in a conversation with Julie Kosin at the Random House Open House.
By Lorraine Berry 9 min read
Claire Messud joins us for a conversation to discuss her most recent book, The Burning Girl, relationships, coming-of-age, imagination, and writing.
By Tobias Carroll 8 min read
The history of utopian communities offers plenty for writers to explore. Here is a look at ten novels in which utopias play a central part.
By Meg Gardiner 5 min read
Meg Gardiner, author of eleven critically acclaimed novels, joins Signature to share 5 writing tips for creating a new world in the first novel of a series.
By Jessica Mizzi 9 min read
Have you been feeling dull, and like you've lost your sense of innovation? Here's a list of 11 books that will bring your creative side back to life.
By Joanna Scutts 9 min read
What you think you see when you read may be far from reality: "When you think of how you imagined Anna Karenina...when you start to examine the details of how you actually imagined her, you might be surprised. It's like performing a kind of psychoanalysis on your imagination."