Rhythm and roots mark Major Jackson’s poetry as he reaches back to the foundations of the form.
While penning a response to a national crisis, two young adult authors developed a friendship and taught each other about craft.
Novelist Hannah Pittard reads her work aloud to establish a graceful rhythm and evocative mood.
5 more young writers putting their mark on the writing world.
“If you can come up with some elaborate descriptive phrase or musical combination of words no one else could possibly come up with, congratulations. But that doesn’t mean you should use it.”
In The Writer Interview, Mary Gordon talks with editor Alicia Anstead about crafting scenes and dissects a paragraph from her book “The Liar’s Wife.”
NaNoWriMo executive director Grant Faulkner shares how crafting short shorts can open a big world.
Choose words for sound. Improve your Alice Effect.
Break the rules and discover a new truth.
Poet Dana Gioia explains his approach to making work stronger and richer.