To prepare for the next Lonely Arts event, we’ve culled a list of fun resources all pointing to the ever-evolving genre of creative nonfiction.
Every year, the Minnesota State Fair boasts bigger and brighter attractions, and this year is no exception. We’ve selected a few events to highlight as well as a book of poetry that could tie to the event or just something to read for fun. You can check out the new attractions on the Minnesota State Fair website for more details.
What words are there left to say about the tragedy that happened in Orlando? We are here for the victims, their families, the communities, but we will never know exactly what these people went through or how they felt in these moments. Though this list does not encompass all the heartbreaking and beautiful pieces about the Orlando tragedy, we’ve gathered several that honor those who died in Orlando.
David Bowie had and will long have a vast impact on art and culture. This links round-up focuses on his literary connections, plus a few good articles recently published in his honor. RIP, Starman.
Today's roundup preps for Welcome to Night Vale, remembers an editor, finds story advice, and listens to LeAnne Howe.
Today's roundup congratulates Julie Schumacher on winning the Thurber Prize, celebrates Banned Book Week, and looks back at a Julie Schumacher interview.
Literary Roundup: National Book Awards, RIP C.K. Williams, Harry Potter Lineage, and a C.K. Williams Reading
Today's roundup celebrates National Book Award nominees, mourns the loss of C.K. Williams, discovers Harry Potter's family tree, and takes time to listen to a reading by C.K. Williams.
Literary Roundup: Award Lists, Book Cover Versions, Dealing with Secondary Characters, and the Joys of Reading
Today's roundup celebrates National Book Award long lists and Booker Prize short lists, goes behind-the-scenes of book cover versions, considers how to deal with secondary characters, and learns the joys of reading from several authors.
Literary Roundup: Patterson's Generosity, Best American Poetry Controversy, Writing a Scene, and the Thurber Prize Finalists
Today's roundup celebrates the generosity of James Patterson, explores the controversy around the Best American Poetry anthology, discovers the fundamentals of writing a scene, and congratulates the Thurber Prize finalists.
Today's roundup looks forward to the National Book Award nominees, argues against always killing off the parents in kidlit, and bids a fond farewell to Ancestry Books.