Where I Write

WHERE I WRITE

Jeremy P. Bushnell Writes in a Closet

Jeremy P. Bushnell Writes in a Closet

Jeremy P. Bushnell is the debut author of The Weirdness, a rollicking account of what happens when the Devil makes a young Brooklynite and wannabe writer an offer he can’t refuse: to retrieve a lost artifact from a local warlock […]

by × March 13, 2014 ×

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Laurie Halse Anderson Writes in a Hand-built Cottage

Laurie Halse Anderson Writes in a Hand-built Cottage

Laurie Halse Anderson is the best-selling author of young adult novels including Speak, Wintergirls, and, most recently, The Impossible Knife of Memory, out this week. Based on Anderson’s own experience as the daughter of a WWII soldier, The Impossible Knife of […]

by × January 9, 2014 ×

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Rainbow Rowell is Looking for a Place to Write

Rainbow Rowell is Looking for a Place to Write

Rainbow Rowell’s Fangirl, out today, follows Cath, identical twin, homebody, and celebrated author of the Simon Snow fanfic (based on an invented, Harry Potter-esque series) that’s made her internet-famous. Shy Cath’s attempts to navigate her freshman year of college are further complicated […]

by × September 10, 2013 ×

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Sarah Bruni Can’t Write in Public

Sarah Bruni Can’t Write in Public

  In Sarah Bruni’s impeccably titled debut novel, The Night Gwen Stacy Died, a drifting 17-year-old girl colludes in her “abduction” by a near-stranger who calls himself Peter Parker. The two flee to Chicago, embarking on both a surreal love story […]

by × August 15, 2013 ×

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Lauren Oliver Writes at Home (And On the Move)

Lauren Oliver Writes at Home (And On the Move)

Lauren Oliver is the author of young adult novels including Before I Fall and the Delirium series, as well as middle-grade book The Spindlers, featuring an intrepid heroine who descends into another world to retrieve her little brother’s soul. Here’s Oliver […]

by × August 8, 2013 ×

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Dan Kennedy Writes Everywhere

Dan Kennedy Writes Everywhere

In Dan Kennedy’s debut novel, American Spirit, a 40-something former exec reacts to the implosion of his middle-class life in ways both expected—substance abuse, depression, halfhearted crafting—and utterly original. The plight of this unemployed everyman becomes a springboard for a […]

by × July 11, 2013 ×

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YA Novelist Cori McCarthy Writes at Biggby Coffee

YA Novelist Cori McCarthy Writes at Biggby Coffee

Cori McCarthy’s debut YA novel, The Color of Rain, envisions a dystopic world that’s darker than most. Set on a brutally industrialized future Earth, whose population is being decimated by an Alzheimer’s-like disease, it tracks a young woman’s efforts to […]

by × June 26, 2013 ×

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Kristopher Jansma Writes In the B Cup Café

Kristopher Jansma Writes In the B Cup Café

Novelist Kristopher Jansma gives us the scoop on his favorite place to write. His first book, The Unchangeable Spots of Leopards, is an inventive, genre-bending tale of a struggling writer, his more successful best friend, and his elusive dream girl. The novel […]

by × June 7, 2013 ×