As a teen, Kimberla Lawson Roby’s instructors dubbed her a storyteller. Twenty books later, it turns out they were right.
“There is no competition for vulnerability. We are all in that together.”
“If I just show up, and I work and work, there is a moment, a magical moment, at some point, when it gives.”
“Craft is work.”
Novelist and short story writer Samrat Upadhyay toggles between two genres.
An author found that the best way to get her unusual story into the world was to do it for herself.
David James Poissant captures plots, characters, voices and the occasional animal in his new story collection.
“When I think of my memoir, I ask, what are the different layers that will help create an experience? I want you to be immersed in my world.”
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.