Greetings! “The Sleepwalker” does not go on sale until January 10, 2017. Right now, however, thanks to Doubleday Books and Goodreads, you can...
John Gardner was thrown from his motorcycle and died the year before his book, The Art of Fiction, was published in 1983. Consequently,...
Dear Friends who Read and Readers who are Friends, I haven’t posted here since I stopping penning Idyll Banter on a weekly basis....
Vermont has never been spared the yin and yang of the world. We were certainly reminded this summer that we are not exempt...|
In one of the last weeks of my father’s life — though we had no idea at the time that he would...|
I rarely have the slightest idea where my books are going. That’s not a confession, it’s simply a reality. I don’t work from...|
Neil Gaiman says, “This is how you do it; you sit down at the keyboard and put one word after another until it’s...|
Some years ago – back in the Mesozoic era, if I’m not going to be coy—a review of my novel Midwives ended with...|
It’s one of those classic, absolutely reasonable questions—that is, alas, as impossible to answer briefly as the meaning of life. But I am...|
I’m writing a novel about sleep, and so lately I’ve been trying to understand my dreams. A novel about sleep may sound like...|