Welcome to Writerhead Wednesday, a weekly feature in which a brilliant, charming, remarkable author talks about her/his writerhead…a precious opportunity for looky-loos around the world to sneak into the creative noggins of talented writers and (ever so gently) muck about.
As I mentioned last week, Writerhead Wednesday is officially on summer hiatus and will return in even greater glory in a few short weeks. In the meantime, if you’re hankering for a writerhead fix, check out some of the many spectacular past interviews, like the one with Keith Cronin (ME AGAIN) or perhaps Lydia Netzer (SHINE SHINE SHINE). Or maybe you missed the interview with Jefferson Bass (THE INQUISITOR’S KEY). Or—say it isn’t so—you might have missed the writerhead interview with the oh-so-eloquent nonfiction-writing Ned Stuckey-French (THE AMERICAN ESSAY IN THE AMERICAN CENTURY) or his equally eloquent fiction-writing wife Elizabeth Stuckey-French (THE REVENGE OF THE RADIOACTIVE LADY).
And there are so many more.
Happy writerhead! See you soon!