An operator of a Typewriter Project booth reflects on the poetry/art installation experience from the New York City Poetry Festival.
On finally getting on the digital library loans bandwagon...then realizing the hold lists are a little frustrating.
Does a summer read have to be light and fluffy? Or do you reach for a long and complex book to carry you through all three months?
A reader on growing up with a writer for a parent, beta reading as a teen, reading Writer's Digest as a kid, and growing up surrounded by stories.
So you want to read about adult characters, but you're not ready for the emotional suburban dramas of literary fiction? Try New Adult.
A reader on wrestling the inner editor and reading critically to identify reading preferences and dislikes. Are you a critical reader?
A few reasons why reading your book's acknowledgements is a good idea.
Ever noticed how old children's books all recommend going outside as a way to heal illness? Here's why!