A Few Words With: Peter Steiner

A Few Words With: Peter Steiner

Peter Steiner has always found ways to tell stories. His first cartoons appeared in the New Yorker in 1979, and his 1993 “On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog” cartoon remains the most popular in the magazine’s history. He is also a...
A Few Words With: Editor Stuart Horwitz

A Few Words With: Editor Stuart Horwitz

As noted here before, every professional editor has their own focus, their own style, and their own process for how they help writers take a lump of coal into a shiny diamond. This week, I sat down with the estimable Stuart Horwitz, the founder of Book Architecture,...
A Few Words With: Kate Recore

A Few Words With: Kate Recore

From our earliest years we are conditioned to trust authority figures like police, teachers and doctors. But what happens when those figures let us down by skipping out on their oath of service? As author Kate Recore can attest, the results can be life threatening. In...
A Few Words With: Debut Author Mike Houtz

A Few Words With: Debut Author Mike Houtz

As for most debut authors, the path to publication for thriller writer Mike Houtz has been a series of incredible learning experiences. I sat down with him recently to talk about his new book “Dark Spiral Down,” the joys of going with an independent...

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