It’s more important than ever for writers to remain clear-eyed and to grapple with the big questions.
The braided essay isn’t new, but with its ability to combine the personal and the political, Nicole Walker argues, it may be the most effective form for our times.
An interview with Mary Dorfner Hay
"My hope is always that others will understand and connect with my work."
Follow author and world traveler Sonja Swift on her journey towards enlightenment. more
A conversation with Callie Garnett
Callie Garnett, assistant editor at Bloomsbury, shares some advice for writers searching for a publisher who will care about their book.
A conversation with Cheston Knapp
Cheston Knapp, managing editor at Tin House, tells us what makes a piece of creative nonfiction stand out.
A conversation with Nadine Kenney Johnstone
Nadine Kenney Johnstone, author of Of This Much I'm Sure, gives advice on writing a book proposal and finding a publisher that cares about your book.
Helping students slay their worst fears with nothing more than a pencil, plenty of paper, and faith in the power of storytelling
Learn about small press publishing from the inside; work in our office on two upcoming books and more more
A conversation with Jamie Brickhouse
Jamie Brickhouse talks about the process of writing from memory and how he uses comedy to tackle darker subjects.