As many of you know, I am in the final throes of revising a memoir about the modeling industry. So every now and then I sneak a post about fashion between all my posts about writing and publishing and social media. And this is one such post.
One thing I have to thank the modeling [...]
There are some obvious ways in which Hemingway and I differ:
He was male; I’m female He’s dead; I’m alive He was one of the greatest writers who ever lived; I’m a writer.
But then there are some not-so-obvious ways in which we differ, too, and I discovered those while reading The Paris Wife by [...]
An interesting discussion took place over lunch here at the San Francisco Writers’ Grotto last week. The topic: literary license. The talk was sparked by The Lifespan of a Fact, a book co-authored by essayist John D’Agata, who teaches at the University of Iowa, and his former fact checker, Jim Fingal, that was published by [...]