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It seems a fitting time to declare that there is nothing out there as potent as black comedy to capture the absurdity of life in our time.
At home I was stubborn and irrational, rejecting all the evidence that would contradict the one belief in which I had invested myself.
She is right; research can be a double-edged sword. Too little of it and you are left with sketchy facts and errors that weaken your plot’s credibility.
Women who defy conventional definitions of “likeability” have a certain unforgettable quality. In literature as in life, they are far more memorable than their bland counterparts.
Refugees and their stories have featured in literature from time immemorial. They are cast in heroic roles in the Bible and the Koran.
When I first read this piece I immediately felt alert, tense, curious, invited to reread, to guess, to be bounced about like a pinball on a fast glittery ride.
…the movie adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ bestselling novel – got me thinking about the tricky leap the printed word makes to the silver screen.
Grief, while hard to bear in life, often makes better fodder for fiction than happiness.
On a residency, perspective dawns. The work is all that matters, you realize. The rest is noise.
A writing career requires, no less than in any other field, the ability to network.