In 1992, the Baltimore film director John Waters started making his own artwork. Not art films, but “small pictures” that sat quietly in his studio, just waiting to be discovered. “I just did all this
An Editor's Advice to Writers Betsy Lerner For both established and prospective authors alike, the publishing house can seem like a jungle. Luckily, Betsy Lerner is here to lead a safari, citing her vast
lithub.com - Terry McDonellTerry McDonell has edited Outside, Esquire, Sports Illustrated, among other magazines, and is a member of the ASME Editors Hall of Fame. His memoir, The Accidental Life: An Editor's Notes on Writing and Writers, is available now from Vintage. To read him on Hunter S. Thompson covering Donald Trump visit TerryMcDonell.com
Since advice is usually ignored and rules are routinely broken, I refer to these little pearls as merely “suggestions.” There is nothing original about this list. It has all been said before by writers
lithub.com - Elena LappinElena Lappin is a writer and editor. Born in Moscow, she grew up in Prague and Hamburg, and has lived in Israel, Canada, the United States and—longer than anywhere else—in London. She is the author of Foreign Brides and The Nose, and has contributed to numerous publications, including Granta, Prospect, the Guardian, and The New York Times Book Review.