Editor Alicia Anstead talks about craft with novelist Ann Hood.
Lissa Warren teaches the art of thinking like a publisher. She also has a lesson about a cat.
You have to be prepared to embrace a life of solitude. Not all the time. But when you’re writing, that’s what is required.
Screenwriter and showrunner Carlton Cuse on shaping TV stories, collaborating with a team, the writers’ room and the importance of a good lunch.
“If you present the emotional truth of a situation, particularly in an essay or a poem, it transcends genre.”
Multi-genre author Jacqueline Woodson garners the energy of history and her own childhood to shape stories for young readers.
“The work itself provides the inspiration.”
She hated books as a kid, but now Laurie Halse Anderson is a gritty voice for young readers and a strong defender of the craft.
Michelle and Robert King work side by side to pen network TV hit The Good Wife.
“The art comes in revision.”