The author of Love and Other Poems steals time to write poetry during cab rides across New York City.
“There’s space for your story.” —E. M. Tran, author of Daughters of the New Year
The author of The Devoted recommends looking around the edges of a story to locate the unexpected places and times where drama can unfold.
The author of Southbound and The Parted Earth shares how chronic pain has forced her to challenge traditional notions of writing productivity.
The author of I Know You Know Who I Am recalls his first attempt at writing a braided narrative.
“My Muse is with me always, everywhere.” —Valzhyna Mort, author of Music for the Dead and Resurrected
“I am never without pen and paper.” —Erica Hunt, author of Jump the Clock