“Never assume the reader is not as intelligent as you are.” —Sigrid Nunez, author of The Vulnerables
“It’s always surprising when the book clicks into being an actual book—which I find happens at the very last minute.” —Emma Cline, author of The Guest
The authors of The Invisible Art of Literary Editing engage in a dialogue about textual doneness.
Ten writers, including Roger Reeves and Dana Levin, share the best writing advice they’ve ever received.
Ten writers, including Alex Dimitrov and Kaitlyn Greenidge, share the best writing advice they’ve ever heard.
The author of The Devoted writes about the little things writers can do when a project feels impossible.
Ten writers, including Brandon Taylor and Kate Zambreno, share the best writing advice they’ve ever heard.
A fiction writer breaks up with her novel and learns that sometimes it’s more important to follow your intuition than take advice.