Andrew O Hagan

Andrew O’Hagan on the Morality of Style

Since his first book, The Missing, was published in 1996, Scottish writer Andrew O’Hagan has pushed the limits of literary genre, blurring the boundaries between fiction, memoir, documentary, and journalism. He has published four novels: Our Fathers; Personality; The Life

Andrew O Hagan

Andrew O’Hagan on the Morality of Style

Since his first book, The Missing, was published in 1996, Scottish writer Andrew O’Hagan has pushed the limits of literary genre, blurring the boundaries between fiction, memoir, documentary, and journalism. He has published four novels: Our Fathers; Personality; The Life

David Wojhan

Joy to Sorrow, Sorrow to Celebration: An Interview with David Wojahn

Since winning the 1982 Yale Series of Younger Poets Award for Icehouse Lights, David Wojahn has published eight collections of poetry. His 2006 book, Interrogation Palace: New and Selected Poems 1982-2004, was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and won the O.B.

David Wojhan

Joy to Sorrow, Sorrow to Celebration: An Interview with David Wojahn

Since winning the 1982 Yale Series of Younger Poets Award for Icehouse Lights, David Wojahn has published eight collections of poetry. His 2006 book, Interrogation Palace: New and Selected Poems 1982-2004, was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and won the O.B.

Mohsin Hamid

On Global Science Fiction, an Aesthetic of Compression, and Long Form: a Conversation with Mohsin Hamid

Mohsin Hamid is a busy man these days. The author of Moth Smoke (2000), The Reluctant Fundamentalist (2007), and most recently, How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia (2013), Hamid’s award-winning fiction has been featured on bestseller lists, adapted

Mohsin Hamid

On Global Science Fiction, an Aesthetic of Compression, and Long Form: a Conversation with Mohsin Hamid

Mohsin Hamid is a busy man these days. The author of Moth Smoke (2000), The Reluctant Fundamentalist (2007), and most recently, How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia (2013), Hamid’s award-winning fiction has been featured on bestseller lists, adapted

Marione Ingram

An Interview with Author Marione Ingram

Marione Ingram, born in Hamburg in 1935, is a survivor of the Gestapo and the 1943 firebombing of Hamburg (which created one of the largest firestorms in history, killing around 45,000 civilians and wounding. 37,000). After the war, she emigrated

Marione Ingram

An Interview with Author Marione Ingram

Marione Ingram, born in Hamburg in 1935, is a survivor of the Gestapo and the 1943 firebombing of Hamburg (which created one of the largest firestorms in history, killing around 45,000 civilians and wounding. 37,000). After the war, she emigrated

George Saunders

Humanity and Humor: PEN/Faulkner Recognizes George Saunders’ Greatness

“Revision is love,” said George Saunders from the pulpit at the Church of the Reformation, across the street from the Library of Congress, after receiving the PEN/Malamud Award for excellence in the art of the short story. “It’s a means

George Saunders

Humanity and Humor: PEN/Faulkner Recognizes George Saunders’ Greatness

“Revision is love,” said George Saunders from the pulpit at the Church of the Reformation, across the street from the Library of Congress, after receiving the PEN/Malamud Award for excellence in the art of the short story. “It’s a means

MFA student published in Washington Post; Professor and alumni receive DC Fellowship Grants

November is shaping up to be an exciting month for members of American’s MFA community! Current student Patrick Marion Bradley was published in The Washington Post Magazine‘s education issue. His article, started in the MFA program’s Art of Literary Journalism

MFA student published in Washington Post; Professor and alumni receive DC Fellowship Grants

November is shaping up to be an exciting month for members of American’s MFA community! Current student Patrick Marion Bradley was published in The Washington Post Magazine‘s education issue. His article, started in the MFA program’s Art of Literary Journalism

torres_justin_hres

Charged Language: An Interview with Justin Torres

Justin Torres’ debut novel, We the Animals, won the 2012 VCU Cabell First Novelist Award and was a finalist for both a 2012 Indies Choice Book Award and an NAACP Image Award. Of his novel, Marilynne Robinson writes: “In language brilliant,

torres_justin_hres

Charged Language: An Interview with Justin Torres

Justin Torres’ debut novel, We the Animals, won the 2012 VCU Cabell First Novelist Award and was a finalist for both a 2012 Indies Choice Book Award and an NAACP Image Award. Of his novel, Marilynne Robinson writes: “In language brilliant,