Much Ado About Blurbs

Why We Should Love the Book Banners

Do “Commercial” and “Popular” Automatically Equate with “Inferior” in Literature? I Think Not

Book Review: Kay Redfield Jamison’s Superb Psycho-Biography of Robert Lowell

Every Writer Needs an Editor

Invisible Man: Herman Melville’s Last Years

Of Disagreement, Creative Tension, and Monkeys

In Defense of Writing for “Exposure”

Four Great Twentieth Century Writers on the Fast Track to Oblivion

Of Literary Jealousy and the “Impertinent Prosperity” of Bestselling Authors

On the Economics of Being a Full-Time Author

Remembering Robert Leuci: Hail and Farewell