“I write four hours or one thousand words a day, whichever comes first.” —Viet Thanh Nguyen, author of The Committed
The author of I Know You Know Who I Am recalls his first attempt at writing a braided narrative.
“There were so many revelations I could only have reached through the process of putting memories on paper.” —Elizabeth Miki Brina, author of Speak, Okinawa
This week’s installment of Ten Questions features María José Ferrada and Elizabeth Bryer, the author and the translator of How to Order the Universe.
The author of Anodyne shares her methodology for determining the order of poems in a collection.
The author of Thin Places urges writers to consider the reader.
“Every day without fail. Small marks with a pencil.” —Edward Carey, author of The Swallowed Man
“Commit to completing a scene each time you write” —Randa Jarrar, author of Love Is an Ex-Country
The author of Anodyne takes a poetic approach to prose writing.
“I can’t imagine myself without this book.” —Jana Larson, author of Reel Bay