When students ask me what my “one piece of advice” is for aspiring writers, it’s usually: Read. But my second
People love to ask this question of writers who are writing a book. I don’t blame them. What else are
I spent last week trying out some tweaks to my daily freelancer schedule, courtesy of the book Daily Rituals. Here’s what
Artist Joan Miro is the first I’ve encountered in Daily Rituals who favors the healthy side of fighting one’s demons instead
I’m reading this fun book called Daily Rituals, which details the routines of dozens of artists, writers, scientists, and other famous
The following is an excerpt from the introduction of my book, Mary and Lou and Rhoda and Ted, which tells
I just finished reading a fun book called Why We Write, in which editor Meredith Maran compiles thoughts from well-known writers such
Clearly Saul Austerlitz’s new book, Sitcom: A History in 24 Episodes from I Love Lucy to Community is right up my alley.
I’m reading an advance copy of comedian Carol Leifer’s fun memoir/advice book HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY CRYING.
Even though people increasingly seem to believe in the power of a good book trailer, it’s been hard to find