where the writers are

Latest Blogs

eugenia-kim's picture
May.07.2009
On sale August 4, 2009. Pre-order from the publisher at http://tinyurl.com/r4lobt or support your local independent bookseller.
Read more »
june-casagrande's picture
May.07.2009
Recently I blogged about the word "aught" used to name years in this decade: We're in the "Twenty aughts." There was an election...
Read more »
pat-montandon's picture
May.07.2009
I've come to realize, after a lot of inner work, that any demons I may have are those dancing around between my ears. But having said that, I can...
Read more »
christopher-bernard's picture
May.07.2009
The new film by French director Claire Denis (best known in this country for such films as Chocolat, I Can’t Sleep and Beau Travail) is a work of...
Read more »
christopher-bernard's picture
May.07.2009
Never has the phrase “the little monsters” to describe the sweet little kids playing in the next room been taken more literally. The South Korean...
Read more »
christopher-bernard's picture
May.07.2009
Adoration, the challenging, teasing, smart new film by Canadian filmmaker Atom Egoyan, received its American premiere on April 25 at the San...
Read more »
lisa-alcalay-klug's picture
May.07.2009
Another Awesome Week Sunday: AIPAC Policy Conference in DCMonday: DittoTuesday: Ibid Wednesday: Cool Jew kitsch fest for the Lehigh Valley Jewish...
Read more »
peter-conners's picture
May.07.2009
The brand new, very cool book trailer for Growing Up Dead is now live on Youtube. You can also check it out on the official Growing Up Dead book...
Read more »
cynthia-polansky's picture
May.07.2009
Those of you who read the Wasington Post Sunday magazine are familiar with columnist Gene Weingarten, whose perspective on everyday occurrences is...
Read more »
barbara-jane-reyes's picture
May.07.2009
San Francisco poet Al Robles passed away last week. He was loved by many, for his Zen vibe, his talk story, poetry, and his community and...
Read more »
laurianne-macdonald's picture
Sep.01.2009
Ancient seamen knew what to do when navigating tumultuous seas.  For them, the spar (strong center beam of a ship), was like having faith.  During a...
Read more »
danielle-salk's picture
Sep.01.2009
We set alarms for the first time since we had children - who needs them with little kids! And, I was feeling so on top of it and organized when all...
Read more »
sherrie-theriault's picture
Sep.01.2009
September 1   ORIGAMI    I fold my reality like origami, each day a shape to suit my whim.  A dog when I feel like begging.  A horse when I want to...
Read more »
jodi-thompson's picture
Sep.01.2009
My arm against the warm chocolate skin of his right arm is pale, wan and seemingly sickly. It appears two degrees colder, frailer still, against the...
Read more »
kyi-kaung's picture
Sep.01.2009
http://www.backalleywebzine.com/   by Richard Helms
Read more »
nancy-kaiser's picture
Sep.01.2009
Don’t forget to join Wendy Garrett and me on her show, Conscious Living, tomorrow, Wednesday 9/2,  from 1 - 1:30 pm EST.  We’re...
Read more »
molly-secours's picture
Sep.01.2009
As someone who has built a life and a profession around fighting, it feels odd to say "I quit".  Don't get me wrong. I'm not quitting life...
Read more »
anita-sinclair's picture
Sep.01.2009
Major disturbance in the novella corner: opened my Hummingbird Chapter 6 file to work tonight and there was only gibberish and garble ala...omg...I...
Read more »
michelle-dupler's picture
Aug.31.2009
Five decades ago, Thompson wrote what is probably the best summary I've seen of how I feel about the newspaper industry now. I shared a vagrant...
Read more »
warren-adie-riley's picture
Aug.31.2009
H.A.A.R.P.The last thing I’m not surprised at it, is the amount of misleading and false information the governments of our and other countries give...
Read more »

Red Room Blogs banner photograph (at the top of the page) is of writer Ernest Hemingway with Lady Duff Twysden, Hadley Hemingway, and three unidentified people at a cafe in Pamplona, Spain, during the Fiesta of San Fermin in July 1925; photograph used courtesy of the Ernest Hemingway Collection, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston.