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.
Literary leaders reflect on diversity in publishing; HBO begins casting for Between the World and Me; Madeleine Ryan reflects on writing a protagonist with autism; and other stories.
Directors of full- and low-residency MFA programs share how they are adapting to the unpredictable course of the pandemic, finding new ways to teach and connect, and planning for the future.
A growing list of grants and emergency funds for writers as well as resources for booksellers, tools for working from home, and more.
A campaign started by James Patterson has raised more than $1.2 million to help indie bookstores struggling to stay afloat during the pandemic.
With the spread of COVID-19, organizers of literary events across the United States have devised creative ways to move programming online and build community among writers.
Writers have been cooking up a bright array of foods, from strawberry chiffon cake to Sichuan chili fish, while heeding orders to stay at home during the pandemic.
A growing list of conferences, festivals, and writing contests that have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.