The author of The Art of Brevity: Crafting the Very Short Story investigates the power of a single sentence, long or short.
The author of The Art of Brevity: Crafting the Very Short Story explores what is gained by cutting elements of a narrative.
“There’s space for your story.” —E. M. Tran, author of Daughters of the New Year
David Treuer, a writer, teacher, and recently appointed editor-at-large at Pantheon, discusses his focus on publishing emerging Indigenous writers and the possibilities of his new role.
The author of Southbound and The Parted Earth writes about how authenticity editors have helped enrich her work in all genres.
Poet Aracelis Girmay discusses her new position as editor-at-large of the Blessing the Boats Selections, a set of poetry books written by women of color and published by BOA Editions.
Poet Kaveh Akbar on his role as the poetry editor of the Nation and the challenges and possibilities of literary editing.
While editing her third novel, the author develops a newfound appreciation for copy editors.
The fourth installment in a continuing series about making a living as a writer looks at the benefits and drawbacks of working in the book publishing industry.
Poet and memoirist Meghan O’Rourke, the incoming editor of the Yale Review, discusses her approach to editing, her plans for the journal, and the trends she’s most excited about.