Writers talk about their work with other writers.
Coming soon: Laurel Leff !
Laurence Jarvik, publisher of Brushstroke! A novel by Alice Goldfarb Marquis, on the career of a great non-fiction writer, the art world, and the challenges of a small press
Elizabeth Rynecki, author of Chasing Portraits, on seeking the paintings her great-grand-father made of pre-Holocaust Jewish Poland
Loren Schmidtberger, author of The Beginner's Cow: Memories of a Volga German from Kansas, on the dust bowl, writing and publishing in one's eighties
Niles Reddick author of Drifting Too Far From The Shore on Southern Voice, Writing and Living With Grace
Anne Korkeakivi, author of Shining Sea, on family sagas and the challenges of memory and time
Reka Polonyi, co-organizer of Paris Fringe, on creating an international theatre platform in Paris that is accessible to all
Marc Trévidic, French terrorism expert, interviewed by Dominique Godreche
Erin Byrne, author of Wings: Gifts of Life, Art and Travel in France, interview by Hannah Seidl
Sarah Tullamore, musical theatre writer and performer, interviewed by Paul Cassange
David Downie on A Passion for Paris: Romanticism and Romance in the City of Light, interview by Kaaren Kitchell with photos by Richard Beban
Victoria Cyr, American poet in Paris, interviewed by Paul Cassange
Doni Belau on writing Paris Cocktails
Films about faith: Christopher Norris on the unique Insight Film Festival
Dumbest Letter Ever Signed by Famous Writers: Q&A with the appalling anti-free speech and anti-Charlie Hebdo text instigated by Francine Prose, Peter Carey, Michael Ondaatje, Teju Cole and then signed by another 145 writers.
Bartlomiej Filipek on new publishing options with OpenBooks.com
Vicki Lesage on That's Paris: An Anthology of Life, Love and Sarcasm in the City of Light
Lizzie Harwood on Gone Girls and Complicated Women
Nancy Green on The Other Americans in Paris. Businessmen, Countesses, Wayward Youth 1880-1941, interview by author Ellen Hampton
Sheila Kohler, author of Dreaming for Freud, on writing the creative duel between Ida Bauer (Dora) and her doctor, Sigmund Freud.
Laura Marello, author of The Tenants of the Hôtel Biron, on an artists' haven in Paris by Marylee MacDonald
Mystery Writer Betty Webb, author of the Lena Jones novels, interview by author Marylee MacDonald
Albert Alla, co-founder of Montmartre Dionysia, on creating English Theatre in Paris
Henry Kohler on Carl Kohler's amazing author portraits
Anya von Bremzen on Mastering the Art of Soviet Cooking: A Memoir of Food and Longing
Joan DeJean on How Paris Became Paris: The Invention of the Modern City
Peter Erickson on becoming a fine art photographer
Salvatore Di Gregorio on great photography
Ann Mah on Mastering the Art of French Eating: Lessons in Food and Love from a Year in Paris
Kathleen Spivack, author of With Robert Lowell and His Circle, on poetry and poets
Matthew Gonder, author of Music on the Move Out West, on telling your stories
Meg Bortin, author of Desperate to be a Housewife, on journalism, sex and honesty in memoir
Marc Trévidic: author of Terroristes: les 7 pilliers de la déraison
Brian Solis: author of What's the Future of Business
Anton Gill, author of Art Lover: a Biography of Peggy Guggenheim, on the joys of reseaching and writing non-fiction
Steven Sampson, author of Corpus Rothi, on Jewish satire, writing in French and the trouble with ebooks
Douglas Trevor, author of Girls I Know, on the dark power of poetry in the 21st century
Kilian Tep, author of Opiniovox and Buds of Thought blogs, on leaving France to study in America
Heather Stimmler-Hall, author of Naughty Paris: a Lady's Guide to the Sexy City, on writing about Paris' secret side
Rachael Acks, author of The Curious Case of Clementine Nimowitz and her Exceedinly Tiny Dog, on Steampunk, women writers and new voices in science fiction
Matthew Fraser, author of Home Again in Paris: Oscar, Leo and Me, on Poodleland, memoir and seeing Paris through different eyes
Aliette de Bodard, author of Immersion, on writer boot camp, languages and breaking through in sci-fi
Miranda Crispin, star of The Last Five Years, on musical theatre in France
Barry Kirwan, author of Eden's Revenge, on creating new worlds in science fiction
Susan Kamata, author of Losing Kei, on inspirations for expat writing in Japan
Jennie Fields, author of The Age of Desire, on Paris, women in publishing, and the challenges of making Edith Wharton have sex
Jessica McCann, author of All Different Kinds of Free, on the story of Margaret Morgan, a free woman of color kidnapped and sold into slavery
Stuart Nimmo, author of Perilous Moon: Occupied France 1944 the End Game, on RAF pilots and the men who shot them down.
Berna Huebner, editor of I Remember Better When I Paint (the book), on improving care for people with Alzheimer's
Barbara Navarro, author of Amazon Rainforest Magic, on theYanomami indigenous peoples and art.
Peter Silverman, author of Leonardo's Lost Princess, on his quest to authenticate a lost Leonardo Da Vinci painting which pre-dates the Mona Lisa.
Adam Biles, author of Grey Cats, on story-telling, humor and Paris by night
Fred Coleman, author of The Marcel Network, on the heroism of a young couple who saved Jewish children in WWII France
Linda Lappin, author of Katherine's Wish, on writing and the new realities in publishing
John Pearce, author of Treasure of Saint-Lazare, on writing fiction based on the history of Nazi looted art
Guilllaume Serina, author of Obama face aux 9 plaies de l'Amérique, talks with Dominique Godrèche
Kate Noakes, poet, talks with Lisa Burkitt about inspiration, writing and working cash jobs
Richard Grant, author of God's Middle Finger: Into the Lawless Heart of the Sierra Madre, talks with Dominique Godrèche
Janet Hulstrand, educator, author, and founder of Writing from the Heart offered in Essoyes, France talks with journalist Pamela Leavy on teaching, coaching and the writer's craft
Stephen Clarke on French history, Paris bookshops and Paul West's debt to DSK
Graphic designer Lydia D'moch on creating an original book cover
Lisa Burkitt, author of The Memory of Scent talks with Janet Skeslien Charles in Spotlight on Best Paris Stories
Bob Levy, author of "My Sunday With God", talks with Janet Skeslien Charles in Spotlight on Best Paris Stories
Julia Mary Lichtblau, author of "Désolée, Monsieur" -winner of the Editorial Prize, talks with Mary Duncan, founder of the Paris Writers Group
Laurel Zuckerman, editor of Best Paris Stories, talks with Janet Skeslien Charles in Spotlight on Best Paris Stories
Jane M Handel, author of "The Way You Looked At Me", talks with Janet Skeslien Charles in Spotlight on Best Paris Stories
Denyse Beaulieu, author of The Perfume Lover: A Personal History of Scent
Jethro Turner and Rosa Rankin Gee, co-founders of the Bookclub and A Tale of Three
Karen Fawcett, author of Bonjour Paris
Clotilde Dusoulier, author of Chocolate and Zucchini
Richard Nahem, author of Eye Prefer Paris
Sheila Kohler, author of Love Child
Gary Lee Kraut, author of France Revisited
Thirza Vallois, author of Around and About Paris
Cara Black, author of Murder in Passy,
Heather Hartley, author of Knock, Knock (Proust Questionnaire),
Paul Schmidtberger, author of Design Flaws of the Human Condition (Proust Questionnaire)
Janet Skeslien Charles, author of Moonlight in Odessa (Proust Questionnaire),
Barry Kirwan, author of The Eden Paradox, on science fiction and men wih pens.
Elizabeth Bard, author of Lunch in Paris: a Love Story with Recipes, on the joys of bacon, motherhood and writing that second book
- Part One, the book's remarkable launch (with Laurel Zuckerman).
- Part Two (in French with high school senior Eve Zuckerman for L'Inébranlable) on coping with the systeme.
- Part Three, Is reform possible? (with Laurel Zuckerman)
Charles Glass on Americans in Paris: Life and Death Under the Nazi Occupation.
Terrance Gelenter on fate, Paris, Jewishness and living the good life.
Pamela Leavy talks with Lauren Grodstein about the life of the novel, passion and digging deep.
Laurel Zuckerman talks with Mary Duncan about Henry Miller, the Playboy mansion, the IRA, creating a bookstore in Moscow, the start of Festival and Co, the expat writing life in Paris and what the FBI wanted when they knocked on her door.
Rosalia Gitau talks with Parselelo Kantai about writing fiction in Kenya and beyond.
Dmitri Keramitas talks with Paul Schmidtberger about electronic media, fear in publishing and Design Flaws of the Human Condition.
Rosalia Gitau talks with Diane Johnson about Paris, writing and whether or not to settle.
Laurel Zuckerman talks with Ann M Mah about food, identity and humor in Kitchen Chinese.
Rosalia Gitau talks with Margo Berdeshevsky, author of the new book, Beautiful Soon Enough, for Paris Writers News
Frances Gendlin talks with Laurel Zuckerman about memoir and travel, Mexico as a writer's refuge, what she learned from Saul Bellow, new technologies and her new book: Paris, Moi and the Gang
Christopher Vanier, author of CARIBBEAN CHEMISTRY, on memoir, the quest for truth, St Kitts, and the importance of Abraham Lincoln.
Janet Skeslien Charles, author of MOONLIGHT IN ODESSA, on mail order brides, the Crimea, and the challenges of learning to write.