The author of The Wet Wound talks about her new book, choice of subtitle, balancing the heaviness of subject matter, ideal reader, the use of illustrations, and more.
Adam Sass spills the tea on his inspiration for writing, the relationship between his different books, his characterised settings, his themes, characters, plots, the influence of Wes Craven, literary breadcrumbs, his next YA, and lots more.
The author of Black Foam talks about his new book, why he wrote it, his research, the relationship between his work as a journalist and his work as a writer, his audience, his favourite books, Dar al-Tanweer, why he teaches, and more.
They are books in which tenderness and teaching and terror are threaded through the texts. The University Press of Mississippi’s director Craig W. Gill has spoken of being able to learn about, and respond to, different subjects in any given year, as he seeks manuscripts that contribute to significant fields of study.