“When you’re in that in-between stage, between starting something and gathering speed, a piece of chipped nail polish is the most riveting thing in the world.” —Sloane Crosley, author of Cult Classic
“Get out of the way of the writing. Don’t make it precious. Sit down and get to it.” —Roger Reeves, author of Best Barbarian
“Then summer came and there was a lightning moment.” —Yanyi, author of Dream of the Divided Field
“What if there was an agency that verified people’s online dating personas?” —Jane Pek, author of The Verifiers
The author of Nobody’s Magic considers what happens when you lust after your own characters.
“This was the book I was meant to write my whole life.” —Neel Patel, author of Tell Me How to Be
This week’s installment of Ten Questions features Domenico Starnone and Jhumpa Lahiri, the author and the translator of Trust.
“Trust yourself and your own vision for your work.” —Blake Sanz, author of The Boundaries of Their Dwelling
“It was a fever dream process of creation.” —Casey Plett, author of A Dream of a Woman
“I write when an idea, story, or book commands me to.” —Louis Edwards, author of Ramadan Ramsey