Years ago, I had a dream. In it, a weary traveler had arrived in Antarctica and found the last library on earth, buried deep in the ice. So began my almost decade-long quest to write that story as a novel. The other night, I watched the Book of Eli, and learned that my “last-library-on-earth idea” had…
Although our reasons may not be the same, understanding our motives is a powerful thing.
Sadly, many of these writers are no longer with us, but their works live on, serving as both educational tools and as unique time capsules for one of the darkest chapters in LGBTQ history.
Billy Moyer is following his dad, author and speaker Bill Moyer, in making a mark on the world. Here are his thoughts on lessons learned.
It’s not only possible, but it has some surprising benefits.
Writerland will distort and eventually destroy your style. One day you’ll wake up and realize that you’re only writing for other writers, when you really ought to be writing for intelligent readers. ––– 1. There’s no money in it. Unless you’re really good and/or really lucky, you’re not going to make a living off of your…
Jesse Kornbluth reviews William Maxwell’s book, So Long, See You Tomorrow, and calls it “quietly brilliant”.
Sherri Rosen interviews three authors from diverse cultural backgrounds. Each inspires her in a different way.
This comment by Kelly on the post Reading Is For Girls
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Author Robert Goolrick’s powerful story of sexual abuse, and carrying the weight of it all.
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The creative journey of Henry Herz and his sons.
If you enjoyed the motion pictures, you’ll love the books that inspired this year’s Oscar nominations.
Waldo quietly prays for food like I sometimes beg for scraps from heaven.
An interview with award-winning author Benjamin Anastas, author of the new memoir Too Good to Be True, about fatherhood, failure, and accepting imperfection.