Chris Mazza, author of Your Name Here ______ and Animal Acts, fuels her innovative fiction with the mundane events of everyday life.
The Best Prizes Are Blue Ribbons
An accomplished poet criticizes the huge monetary award offered with the Tanning Prize, with a rebuttal by Bill Wadsworth, Executive Director of the Academy of American Poets.
Standing Room Only: The 10th Annual Night of New Works
Six writers, three artists, and a musician gather on Cape Code to entertain a sold-out crowd and celebrate the art of performing.
Micro-Press: A New Breed of Publisher
Micro-publishers, the literary "brew pubs" of the publishing world, use digital technology to print poetry on demand.
Decades of Books: The Curtis Brown Agency
Advice and reminiscences from agents at one of New York's oldest liteary agencies.
The Writing Class Revisited or Can Fiction Writing Still Be Taught?: A ’90s View
Do writing workshops kill creativity by merely promoting competence? A fiction writer and teacher examines the proliferation of writing programs today.
An Interview With Robert Michael Pyle
The award-winning writer and naturalist contemplates the myth of Bigfoot, his love of butterflies, and the distinctions between fiction and nonfiction.
An Interview With Cris Mazza
The author of Your Name Here ______ and Animal Acts fuels her innovative fiction with the mundane events of everyday life.
News and Trends
Brave New NEA
The National Endowment for the Arts is restructured, publishes new information about grant money
New Home and New Name for Kansas Quarterly
Twenty-five-year-old Kansas Quarterly moves offices to Arkansas State University.
Organizations Meet Threats, Opportunities of Information Age
Authors Registry and the Publication Rights Clearinghouse take on accounting burden for rights.
Northwestern University Press to Sell Books by Three Small Presses
Northwestern University takes over the marketing/distribution for Marlboro, Tia Chucha, and FC2 Press.