“We are all authors. Let us acknowledge everyone.” —Juan Felipe Herrera, author of Every Day We Get More Illegal
“I would remind myself that every book has its own life and to just have faith in the story.” —Cherie Dimaline, author of Empire of Wild
Resources and ideas for fighting racial injustice and police violence, both on and off the page.
“Work that’s good, that’s itself, eventually gets seen.” —Paul Lisicky, author of Later
An adjunct professor at the University of San Francisco writes about transitioning to online learning after her physical classroom was closed.
A writer and illustrator in Hong Kong contemplates the lack of social interaction during the coronavirus pandemic.
A horse trainer and author of a memoir, Half Broke, contemplates silence, distance, and the language of our bodies during a pandemic.
Inspired by the country’s earliest libraries, often called athenaeums, Folio provides access to discerning private book collections that have been donated, and a home for reading, writing, dialogue, and learning. Public programming includes book-based discussions, readings, presentations of book arts and rare volumes, and musical, cultural, and civic events.
Literati Bookstore is an independent bookstore in downtown Ann Arbor. Literati aims to be a place where book lovers can go, talk, and interact with each other. They host author readings, book clubs, poetry nights, and are open seven days a week.
Writing groups can provide community, accountability, and a fresh perspective on your work. One writer shares advice and insight on how to start and maintain a writing group that lasts.