LitReactor names Other People as one of its 5 favorite podcasts.
James Salter interviewed.
Sean Beaudoin on Elmore Leonard.
The Cost of Living by Rob Roberge called “one of the most gripping novels about the rock and roll lifestyle I have ever read” by Largehearted Boy. Check out the Book Notes.
Writers, when you’re on fire writing, do you read more or less? Diane Mehta explores her inability to read while working on TPR’s blog.
Her Kind talks lit and feminism with “the new rabble-rousers.”
Writing tips from wildly successful writers.
My forthcoming novel, A Life in Men, is up on NetGalley…and I have the hard copy galley in my hands…hard to believe I’m still standing!
This week’s Sunday essay is a killer. For anyone who has ever wondered how much they can “afford to give” or to which causes dig the deepest in their own lives, Zoe Zolbrod not only interrogates these questions but highlights a very real, grassroots opportunity to help Lisa Carver’s teenage son, Wolf, defy the odds of the medical industrial complex and health insurance nightmare to live with dignity and respect. Please check it out, and learn more about Wolf the artist, too.