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.
Journalist and critic Margo Jefferson takes a collage approach for the personal and cultural narrative of her new memoir.
Editor James Bennet came from an unconventional magazine background. No wonder he shook up the mix at The Atlantic.
For this screenwriter and playwright, comedy is not a dessert. It’s part of the so-called point.
The short story writer looks slant at real life to create compelling fiction.
The winner of the Two Roads Diverge contest explains inspiration, first lines and endings.
Sad and angry over current events, two YA authors used the pen as a weapon against police brutality.
Poet Elizabeth Alexander blends meter and family narrative in a lyrical memoir.