“I hope everyone who writes begins by recognizing their own value and the value of the very act of their having chosen to write.” —Dara Barrois/Dixon (formerly Dara Wier), author of Tolstoy Killed Anna Karenina
Ten writers, including Alex Dimitrov and Kaitlyn Greenidge, share the best writing advice they’ve ever heard.
The author of Southbound and The Parted Earth writes about how authenticity editors have helped enrich her work in all genres.
Ten writers, including Brandon Taylor and Kate Zambreno, share the best writing advice they’ve ever heard.
The author of Each of Us Killers shares a manifesto for literary criticism.
Reading Tolstoy’s War and Peace as part of a virtual book club hosted by Yiyun Li and A Public Space has become a comforting ritual during the pandemic.
Lambda Literary, a nonprofit dedicated to supporting LGBTQ literature and writers, has launched a fund-raiser to help it stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jafreen Uddin, the new executive director of the Asian American Writers’ Workshop, discusses her vision for the organization, which has been the de facto home for Asian American writers for nearly thirty years.