• Writing Spaces: Hemingway’s Studio The latest issue of Domino Magazine features Hemingway’s Key West writing studio, where he wrote For Whom the Bell Tolls and Have and Have Not. See the photos and read the story in the Spring 2015 issue of Domino Magazine.
  • Golden State – the novel – Q&A How the novel Golden State came to be. Read the Q&A. Random House Reader’s Circle: Why did you decide to set the novel against the backdrop of a vote for secession? Michelle Richmond: I am fascinated by the fact that so often things that seem impossible are actually very much within the realm of possibility. […]
  • Stephen King on Writing, Grammar, & Work Stephen King recently sat down with Jessica Lahey of The Atlantic Monthly to talk about teaching writing. King’s On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft is one of my favorite books on writing ever written. I love it for its accessibility, its wisdom, its lucidity, and its utter lack of pretension. Lahey gained a new […]
  • Patrick Leigh Fermor on books
  • How I Became a Writer For today’s writers on writing segment, I thought I’d share a video about how I became a writer. Hint: it has something to do with a hound dog hatching from an egg.
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