Considering his revelry in poetry, sex and rebellion, you might assume that Charles Baudelaire was a man of the political left … but you’d be wrong.
Comparing passages from Ian McEwan and Ernest Hemingway reveals the power of the simple sentence: its honesty.
Joyce Carol Oates, David Foster Wallace, Zadie Smith — you’ve read their books, now check out their essays, articles and criticism available free online.
As cosmic as H. P. Lovecraft’s thoughts often were, New England and his home city of Providence, Rhode Island influenced his fiction just as much as his imagination.
Recommended reading by Lovecraft’s friends, pen pals and fellow practitioners of the weird tale.
How has a novelist who’s only released three books in 22 years become the center of a devout following? And why is that a good thing?
A call for stories about supernatural felines transcends to Vonnegut and what it means to be a writer.