The poet and essayist reflects on writing during the pandemic and its impact on her creative life and relationship with the writing community.
The author describes releasing her first novel during the pandemic, and speaks to other debut writers who have canceled book tours, pushed back publication dates, and adjusted their expectations in light of COVID-19.
Ten writers, including Brandon Taylor and Kate Zambreno, share the best writing advice they’ve ever heard.
The author of When I Grow Up I Want to Be a List of Further Possibilities embraces and develops a queer Asian American poetics.
A message to self-proclaimed allies: Actions speak louder than words.
A writer in Sofia, Bulgaria, tracks the coronavirus pandemic through a global network of family and friends.
Six queer writers of color create a collective space to pursue their work, no explanations or apologies necessary.
A new initiative from the organizers of National Novel Writing Month invites writers to find comfort in their creativity and stay inside while the battle with COVID-19 continues.