The author of Martha Moody finds new strategies to sustain her creative life after suffering a head injury.
Artist and author Jillian Tamaki sewed and embroidered a piece called Blue Quilt to document her life during the pandemic.
The poet and essayist reflects on writing during the pandemic and its impact on her creative life and relationship with the writing community.
The editors of Poets & Writers Magazine recommend fourteen books that were published in March 2020.
Writer Rachel Syme’s pen pal matching program has connected more than nine thousand correspondents from over fifty countries during the pandemic.
The author describes releasing her first novel during the pandemic, and speaks to other debut writers who have canceled book tours, pushed back publication dates, and adjusted their expectations in light of COVID-19.
The author looks at how conferences and residencies are adapting to the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic by hosting virtual events and adjusting their budgets to stay afloat.
The author of When I Grow Up I Want to Be a List of Further Possibilities explores personal and collective nightmares.
For the first time in its 113-year history, MacDowell launches a virtual residency in an effort to build artistic community and fellowship during a time of social distancing.
The author of RENDANG imagines poetry as a house with many corridors.