Writerland is a newsletter from The Delacorte Review whose mission is to help writers tell the stories they need to tell. * * * We journalists like to…
Writerland is a newsletter from The Delacorte Review whose mission is to help writers tell the stories they need to tell. * * * Ambition can propel a…
Writerland is a newsletter from The Delacorte Review whose mission is to help writers tell the stories they need to tell. First, a quick apology for…
Writerland is a newsletter from The Delacorte Review whose mission is to help writers tell the stories they need to tell. Writers too often convince…
Writerland is a newsletter from The Delacorte Review whose mission is to help writers tell the stories they need to tell. I have always been shy. It’s…
Any writer worth his or her salt has stories they look back at with regret. Regret about how they told it, or framed it, or reported it. At the time…
One of the most disconcerting lessons young journalists confront is accepting that in the language of their new profession people do not pass away, pass…
We know athletes choke because writers tell us they do. For all long as games have been played, choking has endured as the default explanation for every…
This week I had the pleasure of interviewing Daniel Alarcón, a Peruvian-American writer and journalist who has somehow done it all. He is the co-founder…
In 2014 a young American freelance writer named Noah Sneider came to us with a story. More specifically, he came to us with a question that he hoped he…
There are writers who, from an early age, know that is what they want to be. It does not matter what they write – journals that no one is ever supposed…
A story, but first a caveat: the story involves a book written over fifty years ago by an author who until its publication had a writing career marked…