Brussel sprouts, rotten fruit in a drawer, lederhosen kink. It seems the more creative an artist is, the more creative they are with their habits.
Gabino Iglesias is a man of hustle and naked invention. We spoke to him about his new book ‘Coyote Songs’, his process, and the genre he established for himself.
Tom Lutz is a man of many talents, but it is his iconoclastic nous, particularly in analysing his confused homeland that stands tall.
You might not know my name, but you might understand my struggle. I’ve donated my life to writing, and don’t think I regret it every day. That doesn’t mean I’ll quit.
With the recent publication of a long-forgotten JRR Tolkien piece, the publication of authors long beyond their lifespans is a murky, often questionable pursuit.
With his new book The Other Wife just published, we asked Michael Robotham to share his thoughts about some of the books that inspired him to become a writer.
In the spectrum of the hoarder, those who cobble books are a special breed. Plus 61J sat down with Sarah Krasnostein, author of The Trauma Cleaner to pick her dirty mind.
As we watch Zimbabwe tear itself apart, our extended history indicates that the worse things get, the better the art we produce becomes.
F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald are the subjects of this weeks KWYG. Move over Bey, these two gave a whole new meaning to “Drunk in Love.”
Lachlan Liesfield’s #bookreview is almost an #authorreview as he writes not only of Albert Camus’ incomplete final novel “The First Man”, but of Camus himself, and the insight the novel offers into the late, great author.
Does a rose by any other name still smell as sweet? From pseudonyms to labels and reputations, Lauren Ford muses on just what’s in a name.