Mr Salary‘They think you’re paying me for something, I told him.’ A story by Sally Rooney.
Grandma and Me‘In families like mine, grandmothers loom large as yetis.’ Unfulfilled expectations, spite and Grandma in a story by Thomas McGuane.
Blazing Sun‘That is why, in December, when the smell of approaching rain reaches my nostrils, I am filled with genuine joy: the joy of things that are about to happen.’ Tatiana Salem Levy on Rio de Janeiro.
Jennifer Kabat on the Anti-Rent War, one of the earliest moments of rural populism in the US
How Do You Write a Memoir When You Can’t Remember?
Wendy Mitchell on writing a book while living with dementia.
Kevin Breathnach is on the verge of cracking up. An excerpt from the book Tunnel Vision.
Martin Goodman | Notes on Craft
Martin Goodman on why it took him twenty years to write his latest novel.