When typos and misreads lead to discovery.
Facebook may be waning with the kids but not with writers.
A new best-of list raises questions about access.
Do a writer’s words take on new meaning when spoken?
Novelist Amish Tripathi meant to spend his career as a mathematician. But the numbers added up to a writer’s life.
Short-form writing can lead to a subatomic investigation of language, also known as revealing the POWER of two.
Hollywood, film and TV, oh my!
The Motion Picture Association of America reports that the global box office tally for all films released around the world in 2012 was $34.7 billion (yes, that’s billion) – and it may be that the time has never been riper for book authors to score some of that film-options bounty.
Every writer faces rejection. The key to success? Keep at it.
We’re entering the time of year many of us think of as vacation time. Or as I like to call it: reading season. For readers of this magazine, it’s also a time when we might steal extra time writing – when the kids are at the beach, when the family has gone off for a …
In 2004, Karen Thompson Walker read that the big earthquake in Indonesia shortened the earth’s rotation by a few microseconds. This news story inspired what became The Age of Miracles, her bestselling first novel, although with one major difference: Julia, an 11-year-old girl, and her parents face the effect of the earth’s slowing rotation and the …