Susanna Daniels Interview published by Fiction Writers’ Review

A Texture the Facts Can’t Convey: An Interview with Susanna Daniel BY LAURA VALERI – reprinted from Fiction Writers Review I recently had the pleasure of talking with authorSusanna Daniel about her debut novel, Stiltsville(HarperCollins, 2010). A fictional memoir about the span of a long marriage, this book is set in the real neighborhood of Stiltsville, which is … Continue reading Susanna Daniels Interview published by Fiction Writers’ Review

>Tina’s Review of The Best American Mystery Stories 2010, Edited by Lee Child

> Happy Valentine’s Day! As I’ve been reminding everyone, nothing says love like a nice crime fiction novel — or in this case, story collection. Because as everybody knows, Love and Death walk hand in hand through this world. The well-muscled human heart is capable of reddish deeds both glorious and horrific, that’s for certain, … Continue reading >Tina’s Review of The Best American Mystery Stories 2010, Edited by Lee Child

>Fallow Fields

>This is an excerpt of Fallow Fields, an essay about sterility in writing. The full text is available in Mason’s Road. Let me speak to you as you like: with pretty language flowing through manicured Zen gardens of sense. I understand that preference viscerally. As a younger writer, I used to make love to words. … Continue reading >Fallow Fields