In these online exclusive outtakes, Scott Turow talks discusses the role setting plays in his fiction, and why the backdrop of his latest, Testimony, is so different from past works.
Novelist and essayist Connie May Fowler tells writers what’s a must in memoir, and what to avoid in this web-exclusive interview.
The glamorous writer life—working eight hours a day on your manuscript, reviewing edits, and rolling royalty checks—may be more myth than fact. A writer’s life is very different, and much harder, after that first publishing contract. Here’s one writer’s story.