NaNoWriMo says: “Write. Write. Write. Stop over-thinking it, stop pre-editing yourself, stop stopping. Sit down, shut up, and write.” It’s a worthy message.
In Unbelievable, Katy Tur had me at her dedication. Rather than “For Mom” or “For Pooky-Bear,” it’s “For the love of God.”
Set aside expectations of a conventional narrative in this unlikely combination of gangsters, strip clubs, and classical dance.
Writing historical fiction sure is a lot of hard work. Really, why bother?
This deceptively quiet novel proves once again that Alice McDermott is the master of understated storytelling.
These gorgeous little book-length essays showcase compelling writing on an expanding array of the everyday.
A captivating look at dueling theories on the origin and adaptability of species.
It used to be that word definitions and accepted usage shifted gradually over years and multiple editions of Websters. What to make of language evolution in real-time?
This debut flash fiction collection shows what this genre can do.
Des Cooper discusses how her fiction has been shaped by external expectations and pressures even as it explores the interior life that pushes out against those boundaries.
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