Our latest Writers’ Project interview is live! This month, we sat down with Michelle Krell Kydd, who writes about the history, myth, and folklore behind different scents and flavors at her blog, Glass, Petal, Smoke, and various other outlets. It’s an unusual niche, so be sure to check it out and learn how Michelle discovered […]
Well, this is appropriate timing… I’ve been reading Janet Malcolm’s excellent book about Sylvia Plath, The Silent Woman, and a day after I blogged about handwritten fonts, I reached a passage where Malcolm describes a pack of letters from Plath’s husband, Ted Hughes, to the poet and biographer Anne Stevenson: As I looked at the […]
Our first Writers’ Project interview of the year is now live! This time, we talked with Christian Patchell, or “Patch” as he’s better known, a cartoonist and designer who recently published a book on his experience with cancer. You can check out the interview at the Writers’ Project homepage. While you’re there, be sure to […]
Our latest Writers’ Project interview is live! This time, we chose to feature Maggie Green, a cookbook coach and author whose The Kentucky Fresh Cookbook features recipes that were inspired by the fresh, seasonal ingredients of her home state. You can check out the interview at the Writers’ Project homepage. While you’re there, be sure […]
Just in time for summer, we’ve posted a new Writers’ Project interview with playwright J.D. Eames, who talks about her writing routines, her online mockumentary, and her favorite pens and inks. While you’re there, be sure to read through our older interviews for more information, inspiration, and advice!
Our latest Writers’ Project interview is live! We did something a little different this time, catching up with Cole Wardell, an as-yet-unpublished writer who lives in Columbus, Ohio. Anyway, be sure to check it out… and look through our older interviews for more information, inspiration, and advice!
Stephen Lloyd Webber, a New Mexico based poet, teacher, and our current Writers’ Project interviewee, has run writing and wellness retreats in Italy for the past few years. (“A peaceful, richly enlivening environment where people can truly dedicate themselves to their health and their writing.”) Last summer, Karen donated a stack of Habanas for Stephen […]
Our latest Writers’ Project interview is live! We did something a little different this time and talked with Stephen Lloyd Webber, who is both a practicing poet as well as a writing instructor. Stephen’s wide-ranging blog offers plenty of inspiration and exercises; he also runs writing workshops and wellness retreats each summer in Italy. Check […]
Looking for some end-of-summer reading material? Check out our latest Writers’ Project interview, where bestselling author JT Ellison talks about her research, her writing routines, and her new book, The Immortals. You’ll also find plenty of food for thought in our archives, where we’ve stored our previous interviews with Jeff Abbott and Damon Young.
The New York Times had an interesting feature in Sunday’s “Week in Review” where they asked Turkish novelist Orhan Pamuk to describe the view from his window. One sentence stood out in particular: When my mind is busy with words, all by itself my eye moves away from the page and the tip of the […]