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Two Important Tips to Improve Your Nonfiction Writing

Robert Kurson, author of Rocket Men, shares two tips he's used to improve his writing since the publication of his first book, Shadow Divers.


Jane Austen’s Editor on the Benefits of Editing the Beloved Novelist

Editor and professor Juliette Wells shares what it was like editing Jane Austen's classic novels and what she gained from the experience.


The Origins of What Color Is Your Parachute: Dick Bolles’s Editor Reflects

The editor of Richard Bolles's classic, What Color Is Your Parachute?, reflects back on working with Dick, the origins of the title, and the book's legacy.


Literary and Culinary Icon Judith Jones Dies at 93

The worlds of books and food have lost one of their greats today with the passing of Judith Jones at the age of ninety-three.


Editors Kristen Case and Jeffrey Cramer Discuss Henry David Thoreau

Here's an interview with the editors of the Penguin Classics editions of Walden and The Portable Thoreau in honor of Thoreau’s 200th birthday this summer.


Write Commandments: 6 Steps to Turn Off Your Internal Editor

Jill Santopolo, author of the new novel The Light We Lost and career editor, shares her commandments for getting your writing done efficiently.