The Art of the Short Story: Diane Williams on How High? — That High with Matthew Daddona
Diane Williams, a master of the short story, celebrated the launch of How High? — That High, a new collection of short...
10th Anniversary Celebration of the Emerging Writer Fellowships
The Center for Fiction honored Distinguished Editor and Publisher Susan Kamil and recognized the generosity of the donors to...
Shruti Swamy on The Archer with Mesha Maren
Shruti Swamy’s debut book of short stories dazzled audiences, including Kiese Laymon, who called A House Is a Body...
Myriam J. A. Chancy on What Storm, What Thunder with Nicole Dennis-Benn
Presented in partnership with the Brooklyn Caribbean Literary Festival, Myriam J. A. Chancy discussed her new novel What...
Lampblack Founders' Issue Launch
Lampblack celebrated the launch of its Founders’ Issue, featuring select works from eleven writers who have volunteered their time, labor, and...
On America: Environmental Storytelling
How can storytelling contend with the legacies of resource extraction, toxic industries, and systemic disenfranchisement? How can storytellers...
On Reading: Sandra Gilbert and Susan Gubar on Still Mad with Jamia Wilson
Renowned feminist scholars Susan Gubar and Sandra Gilbert (The Madwoman in the Attic) return with a...
In Translation: Sandra Cisneros on Martita, I Remember You with Rigoberto González and Liliana Valenzuela
Sandra Cisneros, the bestselling author of The House on Mango Street, returns to the literary scene with Martita...
Honorée Fanonne Jeffers on The Love Songs of W.E.B. Du Bois with A. Van Jordan
Honorée Fanonne Jeffers (The Age of Phillis), the award-winning poet and essayist, joined us for the launch of her...
What’s in a Title?
How do we craft the backstories—both of the books we work on, as well as our own—over the course of our developing careers?