Andre Dubus III gets primitive with a routine of dreams, poetry and pencils.
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We asked six contemporary children’s writers what influences their work.
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Bill Cheng, author of “Southern Cross the Dog,” chats about writing first chapters and how the rhythm and themes in the first chapter continue throughout the novel.
An author makes many choices before settling into his or her novel’s voice and characters. We asked Maksik to uncover his process for pinning down those sometimes elusive concepts.
If you’re stuck developing a character, don the journalist hat and set up an interview – with your character.
The bestselling author of Rules of Civility reveals his writing process.
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