"An indelicate, necessary treasure—its gross joys deliver humanizing relief.” —Alissa Nutting, author of MADE FOR LOVE
My vision of a writer has always been someone quiet, someone introverted, and—especially—someone white.
Acoustic-rich spaces feel enlivening and the echoes they produce sound like life.
Debut author Naima Coster on working with Morgan Parker, the whiteness of publishing, and literary self-determination.
“I want you to believe every single word I say, but don’t be fooled—I’m using lies to convince you.”
“The question for debut authors: Should you go on a book tour?”
“Our stories are like a glittering, infinitely faceted gem.”
What is the best approach for creating a cover that attracts readers?
What kind of story would you like to write?
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