Big thanks to Melanie Locay, research director, who just gave me a key to The Allen Room where I've got a year's residency to write my next chapters in one of the best kept secret
I was thrilled to sign a terrific contract last summer with Simon & Schuster for a new novel due to them in October 2017. In December, I learned that they're
First sighting of poem from The Traveler's Vade Mecum in The New York Times Magazine tomorrow. "There Was A Great Want of Civility" by Julie Suarez, chosen by Matthew Zapruder.
How fitting that the New York Public Library hosted the launch of THE TRAVELER'S VADE MECUM, anthology of new poems prompted by old telegrams, from Red Hen Press. The telegram titles were sourced from an 1853 compendium
A few years ago, I came across THE TRAVELER'S VADE MECUM on Twitter. It was a compendium published in 1853--a book of 8566 telegrams, all numbered so the sender wouldn't
I'm grateful for readers' receptive response to "What Was Mine" and thrilled that many get so wrapped up in the world of Lucy, Mia and Marilyn that they're disappointed when the story
The last telegram was delivered in the US In January 2006. A few months later, Twitter was launched, the micro-blogging platform built on a telegram-like brevity of 140 characters. Twitter is how I