“I tell my younger writers not to write about the things that you remember, but the things that you wish you could forget.”
Celeste Ng offers advice about first books, being true to craft and the importance of reaching readers.
Find out how this best-seller and National Book Award winner thinks about craft.
This comedy writer for the stars says jokes aren’t magic. They’re hard work.
Insult comic Lisa Lampanelli has been making people laugh for more than two decades.
Megan Mayhew Bergman moved from short form fiction to nonfiction to a novel. She says she’s not a thrill seeker. But her work may prove her wrong.
Dinty W. Moore talks about his unconventional, superstitious, comic, mindful and messy approach to teaching and practicing craft.
The Writer pays tribute to Harper Lee with this excerpt from Roy Peter Clark’s book “The Art of X-ray Reading.”
“Book editors expect you to dance a little bit. They expect you to climb the darkest side of the mountain at midnight.”
Rhythm and roots mark Major Jackson’s poetry as he reaches back to the foundations of the form.