By Tobias Carroll 5 min read
No matter the level of writer, there’s always room to grow. Books on writing expose new approaches to the craft to learn, and new perspectives to study.
By Keith Rice 4 min read
For those interested in exploring the real-life settings behind the works of Jane Austen, we’ve pulled together this list of destinations.
By Dinty Moore 5 min read
Nonfiction author Dinty Moore shares some tips and tricks on how to look through a draft and make important revisions painlessly.
By Signature Views 3 min read
Author Abbi Waxman joins Signature to talk about how working in advertising helped her in her new career as a fiction writer.
By Dave Odegard 10 min read
The filmmaker behind the new documentary, ‘Salinger,’ joins W&F to talk about the man, the myth – and the reality.
By Kyle Beachy 9 min read
In the opening paragraph of "Every Love Story is a Ghost Story," the book's subject arrives into the world. "Every story has a beginning," D.T. Max writes, "and this is David Wallace's." In the book's final paragraph Wallace is discovered by his wife, Karen Green, having committed suicide in 2008 at the age of forty-six. In between, Max's focus stays tight on Wallace himself, with only passing interest in the world around him. The result is a taut, unquestionable extension of Max's heart-crushing essay, The Unfinished, which ran in The New Yorker in 2009. Whether the biography marks an important moment in Wallace scholarship, however, is less certain.