A Complex Woman Who Believed in Writing Real Characters By Z.J. Czupor This prolific author created artful and literary puzzles with convincing victims, strange forms of murder, and ample clues to give her readers a chance to solve the mystery. She also wove into her stories pointed views on...
WHEN FICTION CROSSES THE LINE
by Chris Goff Recently I read a Soapbox article in Publisher’s Weekly that gave me pause. Entitled Let Fiction Be Fiction, in it the author tackles the question of who gets to tell which stories. The author’s debut novel, Other People’s Children, tells the story of a couple who, after...
THE CARE & KEEPING OF YOUR WRITER
Writing is a perilous business. At its best, the writer journeys through a portal deep into a fictional realm, and lives a multi-verse away from their nearest and dearest, causing all sorts of glitches like burnt dinners, or no dinners at all. At its worst, said fictional world does not appear on the page, causing said writer to turn into a roaring, demonic creature seldom seen outside of a William Peter Blatty novel.
ALMA KATSU GOES ROGUE
RED WIDOW author, Alma Katsu, goes rogue! Katsu shares with the Rogue Women Writers what it’s been like to write a spy novel after a 30 year career in intelligence!