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The Quivering Pen: Immigrant Lit: Little Failure by Gary Shteyngart

The Quivering Pen: Immigrant Lit: Little Failure by Gary Shteyngart

The Essential Gwendolyn Brooks

Heretic, Rebel, a Thing to Flout: Gwendolyn Brooks on Paul Robeson

The Quivering Pen: My First Time: Tom Williams

Tom Williams's Would You Rather

Find Me by Laura van den Berg | 27 Of The Most Exciting New Books Of 2015

27 Of The Most Exciting New Books Of 2015

Laura van den Berg writes about her experiences with short story collections.

The Quivering Pen: My First Time: Kris D’Agostino

My First Time is a regular feature in which writers talk about virgin experiences in their writing and publishing careers, ranging from.

It comes as little surprise to learn that Lonesome Dove is a seminal literary influence in Malcolm Brooks’s life.

Waiting for the Apocalypse: Outtakes from my interview with Malcolm Brooks (Painted Horses)

Fobbit Patches, Wild Dog & Suicide Bomber Fail

I'm too short on time today to post any meaningful literary content, so I've gone back to the pages of the journal I kept during my year in.

The Quivering Pen: Letter to My 1983 Self

That's me, circa 1985 in Oregon, beaming over the first money I ever received for my published work: a best-forgotten short story called "Dance of the Dinosaurs" which appeared in the just-launched Eugene Magazine.

The Quivering Pen: Soup and Salad: Michel Faber's Last (?) Novel, The All Things Oz Museum, Karen Russell's Talk-Talk Solution, The Hemingwrite, Jennifer Weiner on Writers vs. Reviewers, The Writing Life in 1991, Writers' Sheds, Writing on the Rails (U.S. and French versions), Slow-and-Steady-Wins-the-Race Authors

O n today's menu: “I wanted this to be the saddest thing I’d ever written,” the writer Michel Faber said over coffee last month in.

The Quivering Pen: The Craft of the Story: An Interview with Gregory Spatz

The Quivering Pen: The Craft of the Story: An Interview with Gregory Spatz

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