Like writing, literary translation is a fine art. But there are options and here Louise Taylor provides useful questions to ask when choosing a translator.
Ann Pearlman returns to the blog with a guest post to discuss her Pulitzer nomination for her book, Infidelity, and what came next.
Author Tilia Klebenov Jacobs shares her own experience of working with book illustrator Matt Tames to bring her new children's fantasy novel–Casper and Jasper and the Terrible Tyrant–fully to life.
Tilia Klebenov Jacobs shares the things every independent author should know about the process of finding and working with a book illustrator.
From gratitude to self-care, from travel to project, there seem to be boundless journaling possibilities for everyone. Here, Jennifer Landis shares 10 ideas to give you inspiration.