Category Archives: Writers

Nicholas Christopher

Nicholas Christopher is the author of fifteen books: six novels, including The Soloist, Veronica, A Trip to the Stars, and The Bestiary; eight books of poems, among them On Tour with Rita, In the Year of the Comet, and Crossing … Continue reading

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Heidi Julavits

Heidi Julavits is a writer, editor, teacher, and life artist who divides her time between the bustle of New York City and the calm of Maine. Her fourth and most recent book, The Vanishers, was published in March 2012 and … Continue reading

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Ed Park

Ed Park is an embodiment of the devilishly resourceful modern American writer; the kind who not only writes beautiful books but also teaches, edits, blogs, and tweets fervently. He is a founding editor of The Believer and the former editor … Continue reading

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Ann Packer

Ann Packer is the author of two best-selling novels, Song Without Words and The Dive from Clausen’s Pier which was selected for Good Morning America’s “Read This!” book club, won an American Library Association Award, a Great Lakes Book Award, … Continue reading

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Lauren Slater

Lauren Slater is a prolific nonfictionist and a licensed psychologist, best known for applying her lyrical cadence to some of the most controversial questions of our time. Slater is the author of seven books, several of which have stirred critics … Continue reading

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Julie Otsuka

Julie Otsuka is a writer whose debut book, When the Emperor was Divine, is rapidly becoming a modern American classic. The novel, which tells the story of one Japanese American family’s internment during World War II, is based on Otsuka’s … Continue reading

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Trey Ellis

Trey Ellis is an American writer and screenwriter who, as a recent graduate of Stanford University, published the seminal essay “The New Black Aesthetic”, which has been reprinted dozens of times, is cited in over sixty scholarly publications, and is … Continue reading

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Simon Doonan

Simon Doonan is a pint-sized writer, fashion commentator, and the creative ambassador at-large for Barneys after serving as the store’s creative director for 27 years. He is the author of Confessions of a Window Dresser, Wacky Chicks,Nasty (later re-released as … Continue reading

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Susan Cheever

Susan Cheever is the author of five novels, four memoirs, and four additional works of nonfiction, including her most recent, Louisa May Alcott: A Personal Biography, which puts the iconic girls’ novel Little Women into vivid context. Cheever’s loving account … Continue reading

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Ernest Hemingway

Ernest Hemingway is one of the most acclaimed writers in American history. He began his career as a beat reporter, but soon moved to Paris and fell in with the other writers and artists of the Lost Generation. He is … Continue reading

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