Writing historical fiction sure is a lot of hard work. Really, why bother?
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.
A page-turning beach read set at the beach; with a little more effort, it could have plumbed the depths.
Funny, insightful, a love letter to the Democrats–and an opening salvo in his bid for 2020? Sure seems like it.
Completely fun and still smart, this gun-crazy tale takes us back to the Depression-era battles between G-Men and gangsters.
Good editing makes good books. Authors and publishers forget this at their peril.
Finding inspiration in the example of a hard-core reader to range widely, go deep, and re-read the best.
Two compelling, thought-provoking debuts and a page-turning if unbelievable crime thriller.
A recap of the Books Alive! 2017 Washington Writers Conference, held by the Washington Independent Review of Books.
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