Tag: Richard Wolinsky
The PendulumOctober 2013
The prolific novelist on historical fiction, overthrowing oppression and her two most recent works, Daddy Love and The Accursed.
A Long Time to ChangeJune 2013
The former Black Panther on coming of age in the party, ongoing police brutality, and her recent memoir turned novel, Virgin Soul.
Water Warm as Soup, Water Cold to the TeethDecember 2012
After a decade of absence, the Mexican-American author and activist returns to the literary scene to discuss her new book, what it takes to ‘compost’ grief into light, and the long road for writers of color.
Secrecy and Sexual Assault in the MilitaryNovember 2012
After spurring an investigation of internal violence in the armed forces, the journalist explores the same themes through fiction.
Out of the DarknessNovember 2012
A.M. Homes on Nixon’s psyche, American dementia, and writing like a man.
Growing the Hell Up: From Middle Earth to NJNovember 2012
The MacArthur “Genius” on his forthcoming sci-fi epic, Monstro, and the evolution of his wily main character, Yunior.
Living NovelisticallyOctober 2012
The famed writer on life as Joseph Anton, the problems of free speech, and the importance of telling the ‘goddamn truth’.