Candice Carty-Williams Dives Into Her “Daddy Issues”
In People Person, Carty-Williams writes about a family much like her own.
Candice Brathwaite Is Over Using Her Own Life For Material
“To have to keep rehashing those stories or dig for that kind of material, I’m very much on a break from that.”
Why Ada Calhoun Scrapped Her Book About An Artist To Write About Her Father
“The second I stopped trying to force the book to be something it just didn't want to be, that was when the world kind of opened up.”
Sloane Crosley Wrote Her “Funny” Book. Next Comes The “Depressed One.”
The author is releasing a pair of very different tomes.
Selma Blair Wrote Through The Pain
Penning her memoir was strenuous, both physically and emotionally.
When The Writing Gets Tough, Ocean Vuong Lies Down
The author of 'On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous' and 'Time Is a Mother' believes in taking breaks.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Doesn’t Suffer For Her Art
“Writing is the love of my life.”
Tara Westover Once Blackmailed Herself To Write. Not Anymore.
The author of 'Educated' is “trying to have more faith in the process.”
'Station Eleven' Author Emily St. John Mendel Weighs In On The Show's Changes
The writer was lauded for “predicting” the pandemic. Now, she’s expanding her fictional horizons.
Amanda Gorman Procrastinates, Too — She Just Does It Better
The inaugural poet reflects on her writing process and her new collection, 'Call Us What We Carry.'
Meet Emily Ratajkowski, Writer
In her debut essay collection, 'My Body,' Ratajkowski ruminates on the corrosive power of the male gaze.
Stephanie Land Will “Probably Start Crying” When She Watches 'Maid'
The author of the bestselling memoir reflects on bringing her story to the small screen.
Liane Moriarty Isn’t Suffering For Her Art
The author strives to write for pleasure.
Writing A Memoir Helped Cecily Strong Process Her Grief
In 'This Will All Be Over Soon,' the comedian turns her interior monologues into book form.
For Michelle Zauner, Food Is Everything
"I'm such a garbage mouth."
The Author Of 'Three Women' Explores Sex & Trauma Once Again, This Time In Fiction
“Overlooking painful stories is still part of the problem,” says Lisa Taddeo.