Who wouldn’t love a story about badass vigilante nuns and the end of the world?
feeling between her
and Emily, the centuries in
between two women
alone in their rooms.
If people wanted you to write warmly about them, they should have behaved better.
…we must learn to nest in piles of our own rejection slips and somehow effectively grab hold of the levers and buttons that control the means of writerly production…
Because the trip was no less important than the getting there. Because the building-up was marred by the tearing-down. Each in its own way calls for commitment. In an age … Continue reading
With wit and humor, the author of “Eat, Pray, Love” talks about artistic creativity, imagination, and fear of success.
On a recent Sunday afternoon, as I pushed a cart in the aisle between the checkout counters and the racks of men’s shirts at Walmart, the song that went though … Continue reading