Talking the difference between writing novels and short stories, Hollywood, and secret pizza recipes with the author of 2 A.M. at The Cat’s Pajamas.
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The author of Painted Horses on his high metabolism, learning from elders, and subverting myths of the American West.
Introducing the season’s most exciting new voices fiction and nonfiction — and a look at how they were chosen.
We love Mira Jacob’s debut novel, The Sleepwalker’s Guide to Dancing. Dazzling and irreverent, witty and profound, this is a family saga of the most engaging kind: heartbreaking, hopeful, and alive on the page — which is why we had to […]
Maggie Shipstead and Ted Thompson traverse similar terrain in their sharp-eyed novels, balancing the darkly comic with poignant insight, through characters unprepared — and unwilling — for their own, bred-in-the-bone ideas of home and self to slip and shift. Family […]
”Ruby Bell was a constant reminder of what could befall a woman whose shoe heels got too high.” Cynthia Bond had our attention in the Discover Great New Writers reading room from the first line of her haunting debut novel, […]
What’s the buzz? A lively conservationist explains the beauty – and necessity – of our black-and-gold companions.
What’s the line between a writer’s life and a writer’s truth? Two novelists pursue the “$64,000 question.”
Two of today’s best young writers – and sometime collaborators – on ambition, the separation anxiety of finishing a novel, and American history’s dangerous frontiers.
Two young novelists on alligators, MFAs, and the dangers of confusing fiction with fact.
Two novelists on the obsessions that give birth to fiction.
Sibling authors Jennifer and Benjamin Percy of the Discover Great New Writers program on terror’s infection and the power of research.
Kenneth Calhoun (Black Moon) and Lysley Tenorio (Monstress) of the Discover Great New Writers program on B-movies, heritage, and finales.
Anthony Marra and Justin St. Germain are the winners of the 2013 Discover Great New Writers awards.
Two new works of personal and public history from young writers share a powerful sense of place.