This article from Graphixia delves into the gloriously feminist comic book Bitch Planet and its “backmatter” pages, which include guest essays from writers and scholars, letters to the editor, faux advertisements for in-world products or spaces
Guest editor Natalie Diaz has a gorgeous interview with Blackfeet writer Stephen Graham Jones up over at PEN America. They talk obsessions, linguistics, writing process, and more. But I think this
This beautiful article about an heirloom wheel of cheese – frozen and kept fresh by a New York family since the 1940s! – reminds me of the tiny morsel of fruitcake
I love, love, love behind the scenes looks into the processes of different writers, so this recent LitHub interview detailing Annie Proulx’s method and overall career is fascinating. Read more here. Right now,
Victoria Schwab, on the heels of her first #1 NYT debut The Savage Song, has a great post on her blog about how failure and success throughout her writing career, and how the
Ben H. Winters on African-American Mystery Writers You Should Read
Louise Erdrich (b. 1954) is an Ojibwa writer who writes poetry, novels, children’s books, and more. “Jacklight” shares its name with her first critically-acclaimed collection of poetry, published in 1984.