Six queer writers of color create a collective space to pursue their work, no explanations or apologies necessary.
“Just opening the document each day keeps it on track.” —Rebecca Dinerstein Knight, author of Hex
The author reflects on what he’s learned about writing and life from attending readings for the past twenty-five years.
In the second installment in a yearlong series on publishing professionals, four publicists describe the challenges of their job in the digital age.
An author tells a fantastical story by writing it a word at a time in the snow.
The New Orleans press publishes four or five poetry titles a year in an eclectic range of styles.
The first lines of a dozen noteworthy books including Cleanness by Garth Greenwell and Interior Chinatown by Charles Yu.
Courses in graphic storytelling gain popularity at MFA programs, workshops, and community spaces across the United States.
A debut memoirist speaks up about post-publication blues and offers some suggestions for how to cure them.