July 26, 2019

On the Importance of the Authorial Voice

By Aatif Rashid

In his book The Art of Perspective, part of Graywolf Press’s series of craft books on writing (which I’ve written about a few times before on this blog), Christopher Castellani […]

September 17, 2018

On Accessibility in Historical Fiction

By Aatif Rashid

I’ve generally enjoyed Graywolf Press’s “Art of” series, a group of books focusing on different topics pertaining to writing (The Art of Subtext, The Art of Perspective, The Art of […]

January 16, 2012

Late to the Goldbarth Party

By Weston Cutter

1) Albert Goldbarth’s Everyday People will be officially on sale tomorrow, and if you’re someone who doesn’t know Goldbarth, I’ll uneasily admit: I did not know him either, until now. […]

May 31, 2010

Concentrate and Ask Again

By Elizabeth Ames Staudt

The Internet is gigantic! It’s a wonder you’ve wandered here at all. As a thanks, please accept this dancing bear (via woolgathering & miscellany):