I didn’t understand that nonfiction can be every bit as creative and nuanced.
Tag: Morgan Baker
INTERVIEW: Alice Hattrick, Author of Ill Feelings
Ill Feelings tells the story of how women are often labeled “hysterical” and waved off by the medical profession.
INTERVIEW: Maryann Aita, Author of The Little Astronaut: A Memoir in Essays
Maryann Aita explores the concepts of intimacy, love, loneliness, and grief in her experimental collection of essays, The Little Astronaut.
INTERVIEW: Suzanne Roberts, Author of Animal Bodies: On Death, Desire, and Other Difficulties
I wanted this book to be a hybrid book–a book that defies classification, because I don’t think our grief can be easily classified.
INTERVIEW: Jillian Halket, Author of Blade in the Shadow
Halket’s book explains, from a personal perspective, what having OCD is like—debilitating.
INTERVIEW: Allison K Williams, Author of Seven Drafts: How to Self-Edit like a Pro from Blank Page to Book
Authors tend to make the same set of mistakes at every stage of the process. It’s human.