“Love is the only sane and satisfactory answer to the problem of human existence.” ― Erich Fromm
Now that I'm a woman who can bring home some sort of bacon, I want what I've decided to call, Wit Lit.
"Humanity has this indomitable urge to surround ourselves in elaborate fantasy worlds." On the day I finished reading a review copy of John Irving's new novel, In One Person (launching on May 8th), I received guest blog content from author, Michael Olson. Olson's debut novel, Strange Flesh, is about sex and games. Publishers Weekly describes Strange Flesh as a "head-spinning thriller" that "takes us down... Continue Reading →
Story of the Day: Animal announces that she's a duck. She walks, quacks, and swims around like a duck. Critic watches her closely and writes, "She said she was a cow but she's actually a duck. Stupid thing ... she doesn't even know she's a duck. She's a terrible cow. I suppose she put up a... Continue Reading →
"Just because you are driven to write and passionate about your craft, doesn’t mean you don’t want to be a critical and commercial success."What is your writing story (in a nutshell)? I started out as a journalist, writing for newspapers in Cambridge, MA, right out of college. I then moved to New York City in... Continue Reading →