Newspaper man Sam Quinones explores the labyrinthine twists and turns of extended storytelling.
A reporter returns to her first love, and finds she can explore her journalistic obsessions.
Writing partners share a special bond through respect and trust – despite challenges.
Lissa Warren teaches the art of thinking like a publisher. She also has a lesson about a cat.
Teen readers don’t need neon lights. They need a story. Just like adults.
“Writing, at its best and truest, can offer solace and salvation for both readers and writers.”
Tom Robbins, beloved for his novels, makes the leap to memoir.
“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.”
A grandson’s memoir presents a softer, gentler side of a baseball legend.
William Shakespeare is widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language. To celebrate his 450th birthday this month, we asked seven scholars and novelists what writers can learn from reading the Bard.