The author of Wine People considers how a more expansive understanding of setting can deepen a story.
The author of Eleutheria explores how setting can tell a story.
The author of Eleutheria looks beyond the construct of man vs. nature.
The author of Eleutheria considers the literary value of the human instinct to look for faces everywhere.
The author of Eleutheria uses ecological principles to guide her writing.
The translator of Migratory Birds and Permafrost uses Google Maps to immerse herself in the settings of her translation projects.
The author of The Devoted recommends looking around the edges of a story to locate the unexpected places and times where drama can unfold.
Feeling stuck with a work-in-progress? Mimi Lok suggests changing up an element that previously felt off limits.