The second part of my presentation on “Contested Histories” at the AWP conference, which focuses on the Cold War in Latin American and my own writing.
The Literature of Witness
Publishing and Resistance
Honoring a Protector of Refugees, Aristides de Sousa Mendes
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The first part of my presentation on “Contested Histories: International Perspectives” at the AWP 2017 conference.
An update on Little Brick Township to coincide with the 10th anniversary of the Modular series and the release of Assembly Square.
I’m not one of those authors who goes around tooting my own horn. My grandmother taught me the value...
How Burning Bush, a film set in Communist Czechoslovakia in 1969, is relevant to our lives today.
As we hope for a last-minute miracle in real life, some thoughts on the deus ex machina, why writers use it, why we should avoid it, and how we can.