“I would write the scene and shake my head in disbelief that a character wanted to do that.” —Phillip B. Williams, author of Ours
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The author of Midwhistle explores the power of the epic poem.
“Your instinct to wait to publish is right. You only get one debut.” —Omotara James, author of Song of My Softening
The author of Midwhistle contemplates the common ground between jazz music and poetry.
“The computer I write on is never allowed to go online.” —Margot Livesey, author of The Road From Belhaven
The author of Midwhistle considers how a poem’s title can frame, deepen, or complicate the reader’s experience of it.
“Don’t stop writing, no matter what.” —Diana Khoi Nguyen, author of Root Fractures
“In the intimacy of the book, I feel very vulnerable.” —Zachary Pace, author of I Sing to Use the Waiting: A Collection of Essays About the Women Singers Who’ve Made Me Who I Am
The author of Family Family explores why tired tropes proliferate in fiction—and how to avoid them.
“I tend to expect the path to be straightforward. It seldom is.” —Kimberly Blaeser, author of Ancient Light