Leigh Newman discusses her short story collection, Nobody Gets Out Alive, and the wild terrains of parenthood, Alaska, and the emotional lives of her characters.
The author of Eleutheria explores how setting can tell a story.
The author of Eleutheria uses ecological principles to guide her writing.
The author of Nobody’s Magic reflects on writing in African American Vernacular English.
The author of Nobody’s Magic shares lessons from writing an unlikable nonnormative character.
The author of I’m Not Hungry but I Could Eat revels in writing about food and the varied contexts surrounding its consumption.
The author of I’m Not Hungry but I Could Eat seeks to write fat characters for whom fatness is not always an immediate concern.
The author of The Devoted considers the strengths of the long short story.
The author of The Devoted searches for the unexpected door in her fiction.
The author of I Know You Know Who I Am recalls his first attempt at writing a braided narrative.