I hope you’ve been reading novelist Jennifer Egan’s serial spy story on Twitter these past nine evenings. Last Sunday night, it began like this: The e-verse is not killing great writing; it’s providing more and more fascinating ways to deliver it. Last year I fell in love with Dan Sinker’s brilliant foray into serialized Twitter performance…
How Parnassus Books connects writers and fosters a literary community
On Victory Day in the former USSR
The StoryCorps listening project comes to Nashville.
Need a job? Make your own. Kristen House did: she started a novel-writing school for kids. And it’s taking off.
Joseph Conrad, on the human love-hate relationship with work. The horror!
Parnassus Books opens to great outpouring of love and fanfare: but will book lovers actually buy books there?
Check out the first installment of my new monthly column for Her Nashville – a profile of Christie Andrews, who started a Nashville nonprofit dedicated to advocating for kids with learning disabilities, regardless of their families’ income. Learning Matters, Inc. helps kids who are falling behind in school (and their families) navigate the educational system and…