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January/February 2013

Contributing editor Frank Bures recalls a meeting with the late poet Paul Gruchow during his formative years, a memory that sparks a personal investigation to better understand the stories we tell ourselves in an unconcious attempt to make sense of our lives.

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Daily News

Mira Ptacin visits author E. B. White's Maine hideaway; CAConrad's best of the small press list for 2012; Octopus Books and Tin House Books will collaborate on a new poetry series; and other news.

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Daily News

Apple announced it intends to assemble a line of computers in the United States; novelist Jonathan Evison candidly reveals exactly how much he's earned from his books; Jeanette Winterson, Caroline Leavitt, Lauren Slater, and Lauren Groff discuss why they read Joan Didion; and other news.

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Daily News

Simon & Schuster reports its sales were down last quarter, yet earnings rose; Vanity Fair visits with novelist and Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes; crime writer Nancy Mancuso Gelber was recently imprisoned for contracting to murder her husband; and other news.

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Online Exclusive

January/February 2012

In the spirit of year-end best-of reading lists, we offer Joshua Bodwell’s Baker’s Dozen 2011 as a companion to his article “You Are What You Read: The Art of Inspired Reading Lists,” which appears in the January/February 2012 issue's special section on inspiration.

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The Literary Life

January/February 2010

A look at the psychology of writers block and how scientific studies in creativity offer insight into how writers can use the tools they already have to break through.

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News and Trends

September/October 2008

The best advice for how to produce good poetry or prose has always been the most simple—just sit down and write—but perhaps sitting isn't the answer after all.

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The Literary Life

March/April 2008

Why do some writers prefer company and background noise, while others need isolation? Why do some need the magical monotony of sameness, and others the inspiration of variety? What does it mean for a writer to be locked into a place? What does place even mean to a writer?

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News and Trends

May/June 2007

An author makes what many would consider the ultimate professional sacrifice in the name of writing and rediscovers how to spend his time offline.

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The Literary Life

May/June 2006

It took a long time to write these words. I'm not referring to the psychosomatic affliction known as writer's block. I mean the delays caused by the process of composition and revision.

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