I came across a post by Jeff Goins, who blogs about writing and creative life, called “7 Tips for More
I stumbled on this piece from last year on The Guardian by Lincoln in the Bardo author George Saunders on “what writers
Seinfeldia was when I learned what it’s like to be a bestseller. Namely, it’s exhausting, but better than the alternative.
Mary and Lou and Rhoda and Ted is what I consider my first solo book in a lot of ways.
My second book to be published was the one I coauthored with my friend Heather Wood Rudúlph, Sexy Feminism. It was
As I prepare for my fifth book, Sex and the City and Us, to come out June 5, I’m looking back
I love when I get to the editing phase of my books. It means I’m in the home stretch, and
I get really excited in the notecard phase of writing any book. This is when I’ve done a lot of
While researching my upcoming book on Sex and the City, I had the pleasure of interviewing the author of the
Like many of my colleagues in the pop culture writing business, I had a career crisis after the election: What,