Unlike most people, the children of a Thailand tribe see with total clarity beneath the waves – how do they do it, and might their talent be learned? “When the tide came in, these kids started swimming.
Inside Oliver Sacks’s Creative Process: The Beloved Writer’s Never-Before-Seen Manuscripts, Brainstorm Sheets, and Notes
Inside the “buzzing, blooming chaos” of a brilliant mind at work. “The act of writing is an integral part of my mental life; ideas emerge, are shaped, in the act of writing… a special, indispensable form
A rare piece of fiction from one of the world’s most repressive regimes reaches English speakers for the first time this week. The Accusation is thought to be the first fiction published abroad by someone
About 10 years ago, a literary agent came in to talk to a group of my master’s students in creative writing. She worked for a midsize independent and had roughly 50 writers on her client list, including