The novelist and teacher who didn’t turn his back on his past, but faced it head on to find a voice uniquely his own.
For this screenwriter and playwright, comedy is not a dessert. It’s part of the so-called point.
Novelist Hannah Pittard reads her work aloud to establish a graceful rhythm and evocative mood.
“My job is to jump through that empathic window and report on the human condition. Period.”
“I heard that voice, crystal clear in my mind, even before I started writing. Weird.”
Can you discover narrative through auditory practices?
A young author puts more “A” than “Y” in her YA stories and comes up with an approach that works for teens.
Jaime Joyce talks with editor Alicia Anstead about craft and her short story “Picnic in the Yard.”
One of the most precious aspects of a writer’s talent is voice, the tell-tale sign of who is sitting on the other side of the story.