August 19, 2013

The Projection of Personality

By Amit Majmudar

The tightness or rightness of sentences, images, metaphors, the snapping-together of word and word, phrase and phrase—in other words, the stylistic elements writers spend years perfecting—are useless without the supreme […]

July 2, 2012

The Jack of All Modes

By Amit Majmudar

When you publish a novel, there’s often a flurry of interviews over the ensuing months. The interviewers repeat questions independently of one another. It’s an interesting indicator of what people […]