The first lines of a dozen new books, including Feel Free by Zadie Smith.
The first lines of a dozen new books, including The Dream of Reason by Jenny George.
An essayist discusses five journals that published work from her debut collection, Tonight I’m Someone Else.
An essayist discusses the five journals that first published the essays in her debut collection, Five Plots.
The essayist on the journals that published essays from her debut collection, When You Learn the Alphabet.
An author recommends five journals that published essays from her debut collection, Dispatches From the End of Ice.
Thirteen writers, including Alexandra Kleeman, Ada Límon, and Nicole Sealey, describe writing—or not writing—during the early months of the coronavirus pandemic.
Cathy Park Hong breaks new ground with her first essay collection, Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning, published in February by One World, in which she fearlessly probes the intersections of race, art, and literature.
“I don’t trust any readers! And readers shouldn’t trust any writers. We’re all scoundrels, down to the last.” —Kai Cheng Thom, author of I Hope We Choose Love
The origin and form of Mayhill Fowler’s Huffington Post report on Barack Obama’s use of the word “bitter” suggest her work is neither blogging nor journalism, but creative nonfiction. That its effect was out of proportion with its intention begs the question: What can the creative nonfiction writer expect in the Information Age?