Meg Medina discusses how culture intersects through the eyes of young people.
Sheryl Louise Rivett
Sheryl Louise Rivett discusses relationships and medicine in her writing.
For Teresa Burns, storytelling is key. She discusses the theme of letting go in her writing.
Tim Wendell discusses how perseverance of the underdog, group dynamics, and baseball all factor into his writing.
Raquel Cepeda discusses the exploration of self and identity beyond the ethnic/racial check-boxes.
Eamonn Wall is an Irish poet who explores place and landscape as identity in his writing.
Dorritt Carroll discusses the theme of isolation in her poetry.
Sharon Short doesn’t need much to get the writing process going. She discusses how one brief comment lead to My One Square Inch of Alaska.
After surviving twenty-seven years of street life, heroin, and other drugs, Clarence Brown found clarity and hope in writing.
Betty Prioleau is reinventing love for the twenty-first century. Find out what motivates this romance writer.
Virginia Pye discusses conflicts within families and how generations define themselves.
Melissa Scholes-Young discusses the opportunities to engage in feedback from her writing.
Kathryn Johnson discusses how writing is “a little like playing God.” Also, what it’s like to write under multiple pen names.
Richard Peabody explains why so many novels fall apart after the first three chapters. And then he offers a solution.
Peter Geye writes about the immigrant experience and describes his research process like going into a jungle.
Ed Flaco discusses balancing family, teaching, and writing.