The Wednesday Web Browser for Writers
Fascinating essay by Jennifer Solheim on “polyphony and its translation” in Nathacha Appanah’s The Last Brother. (See my much less ambitious but equally enthusiastic take on The Last Brother here.)
Stuart Nadler reflects on the stories that did not make it into his collection, The Book of Life.
Another excellent writing prompt from Midge Raymond.
And there’s an intriguing exercise embedded within this Q&A between Deborah Treisman and David Long, too. (Long is the author of this week’s short story in The New Yorker.)
A routine visit to the Wordamour blog brought not only a new post to read but also a surprise gift: a lovely microreview of Quiet Americans!
Need some humor in your day? Check out this book trailer, featuring Julie Klam and Timothy Hutton.