We asked three Southern writers how they capture the region in their novels.
Novelist and short story writer Samrat Upadhyay toggles between two genres.
If vital elements are missing from your story, this five-item list will reveal what you’ve overlooked.
An author found that the best way to get her unusual story into the world was to do it for herself.
There’s no dismissing the powerful effect of Ulysses on the literary canon – and on countless writers.
Tom Robbins, beloved for his novels, makes the leap to memoir.
David James Poissant captures plots, characters, voices and the occasional animal in his new story collection.
Klay presents a rich, literary view of the realities and sometimes the absurdities of contemporary warfare on the battlefields, in the barracks and in service members’ hometowns.
Novelist Glen Duncan brings his vampire and werewolf stories to their final resting place.
“What is most important is psychological or soul understanding of characters. I’m not very concerned with what they look like so much as I am concerned with who they are on the deepest level.”