Nobel laureate Nadine Gordimer, literary outlaw John Rechy, and essayist Janet Sternburg discuss their work.
St. Mark's Poetry Project Celebrates Its 25th Anniversary
Looking back on the colorful history of New York City's "vortex" of energetic poetry.
Inside a Literary Contest
With contest bashing at an all-time high, an editor and contest coordinator explains the delicate process of running a competition.
Writing and Being
An excerpt from South African writer Nadine Gordimer's Nobel Prize acceptance speech.
An Interview With John Rechy
A literary outlaw talks about religion, sexuality, and the wild, wild west.
"A Sleeve of Rain"
An excerpt from The Writer on Her Work, Volume II.
The Writer on Her Work
An editor and essayist reflects on her landmark collection of personal essays by women writers.
News and Trends
1992 Literary Olympians Collection
Editor Elizabeth Bartlett publishes a poetry anthology on the occasion of the 1992 Olympics.
A Healthier New Year for NWU Members
Affiliation with the United Auto Workers will give National Writers Union members access to group health insurance.
NEA Chairman Resigns
John Frohnmayer steps down after two and a half years at the helm of the National Endowment for the Arts.