Posts Tagged: Christine Sneed
I’ve kept writer’s notebooks for probably almost 20 years now. I’m very slow to fill them… the notebook I have now I’ve had for nine years now—it’s really beat up.
Over at Chicago Review of Books, Lisa Katzenberger speaks with Christine Sneed about process and patience, in light her second short story collection, The Virginity of Famous Men, just out with Bloomsbury, and on the Chicago Review of Books Award shortlist....more
First, in the Saturday Essay, Laura Da’ laments the near-eradication of the Shawnee language. Da’ provides a litany of broken treaties, each one an “artifact of unimaginable suffering,” and attempts to redefine the treaty for herself in today’s world.
Then, industrious author Christine Sneed talks to Floyd Skloot in the Sunday Interview....more
At The Billfold, Christine Sneed gets real about the long, hard path to finding success writing books—even after being published—and why she wouldn’t have chosen a different career path regardless:
I can’t imagine not being a writer. Maybe this seems a failure of imagination.
First, Brandon Hicks takes an illustrative look at a few hypothetical situations.
And in the Saturday interview, Anna March talks with Salon editor and author Sarah Hepola about alcoholism and the distorted worldview that comes along with it. Hepola talks movingly about her blackouts, which became the “through line” in her memoir of the same name....more