I guess I’m late in seeing this, given that the article is dated October 2012, but I’m nevertheless happy to… Read more New Novel from Elizabeth Strout
And, as Virginia Woolf writes in To the Lighthouse: What is the meaning of life?… A simple question; one that… Read more A 2013 Wish…
One of the biggest insults I’ve ever received was meant to be a compliment. When discussing with someone what I… Read more The writer’s search for meaning–in text and in life
The latest in my publication news… Earlier this month, a blurb I wrote about the process of writing compressed non-fiction… Read more On writing compressed non-fiction
I give myself a hard time sometimes because when I look in the mirror, I am forced to realize: I… Read more What is writing?
First: Many people have a compulsion to write. There is no law against it and doing it makes them happy… Read more Quote-worthy Hemingway
Short-shorts. Flash. Very short stories. Micro-fiction. Vignettes. Fragments. There are countless names for stories that want to be told–but whose… Read more On short-short stories
Life is very busy. Life is very long. I will, in time finish what I’ve started; I’m still young, and… Read more The right words.
One of the best gifts you can give a writer is (aside from reading his/her book) a note, however brief,… Read more Writer-ly Loveliness
“Love and translation look alike in their grammar,” writes Andrés Neuman. (Or perhaps, it is George Henson who writes this,… Read more Love, translation & grammar