What would happen if we admitted most of what we say to young people about education is false?
Patrick Rothfuss, best-selling author of “The Kingkiller Chronicles,” writes down a moment to remember as a father.
Richard Taylor used to feel as if he failed Hadiya Pendleton, because as her mentor he couldn’t stop the bullet. Now he realizes he failed the young killers.
When a video game becomes an interactive movie, it needs an inventive screenplay writer. Ken Goldstein talks about the remastered and revisited “Wings” and what his roles was.
Author and ad guy Mark St. Amant gets this self-critique—and much, much more—from ESPN fantasy guru and FANTASY LIFE author, Matthew Berry.
Sean Beaudoin hates the treadmill of self-promotion that he’s on. But as a writer, what choice does he have?
Robert Fuller discusses his new novel, The Rowan Tree, as well as his favorite subjects: rankism and the dignity movement.
A young man searches for meaning and purpose in an age of irony. Individual insights and relationships set upon the backdrop of world politics make The Rowan Tree a compelling first novel.
Dennis Danzinger already knew what it’s like to be married to a woman who is the ex-wife of a convicted murderer. And then along came Katie Couric.
Poker? I Don’t Even Know Her! (And other horrible, rejected titles for my chat with STRAIGHT FLUSH author, Ben Mezrich).
Mark St. Amant talks to Ben Mezrich about fame, manhood, kids, STRAIGHT FLUSH, and waking up under a pile of hookers in a Dubai hotel (or not).
Cecil Murphey speaks to the effects of abuse where one is groomed to believe that self-worth is determined by the praise of others.
Ken Druck, best-selling author of a book about men, had to learn how to grieve after he lost his own daughter.
Novelist Benjamin Percy finds inspiration and fortitude in his mother, who once, in her third trimester, butchered an elk for 1,000 lbs of meat.