Forget the candy and flowers this year. Give Mom a gift she'll actually want. Enter to win a free copy of What Was Mine, a twisted mother/daughter tale that's fast becoming
Honored to read with poets Danniel Schoonbeek and Desirée Alvarez in celebration of Desirée's remarkable new collection Devil's Paintbrush. Can there be any more beautiful place for a launch party than a sunset-filled room overlooking Broadway and Lincoln Center?
What a mind-blowing event. The Woodstock BookFest (formerly Woodstock Writers Festival) was held in Woodstock, unlike that long ago festival which should have been named Bethel instead. My favorite part, of course, was being on
I'm excited to be part of Woodstock Writers Festival tomorrow. Fab speakers, fun parties and writerly merriment that only happens in Woodstock. The "What If" fiction panel will be moderated by Ann Hood talking with Maggie Mitchell, Robert
Thrilled to have been interviewed by "Book Talk" Joe Donahue on WAMC radio. Before the show, sitting in the green room waiting to go on, I listened to Joe chat with Suzanna Hermans,
OK, I know what writers do is important and all, but, hey, we're not the only storytellers, and the stories we tell (often our own wounding experiences reissued as fiction)
I was thrilled to read at NYU's Glucksman Ireland House last night, with my grandparents' old poster celebrating Irish independence projected behind me, a visual I stared at often in my youth, as