the Page: Writers Talk About Beginnings, Endings, and Everything in
Between, in which forty-three authors, including Martin
Amis, Alice McDermott, Stuart Dybek, and Walter Mosley, charm,
inspire and entertain as they discuss topics such as sex in
literature and how characters come to life.
Writers in the Book
Off the Page Blog
C.K. Williams: The best poetry, when youíre reading it, you hear two voices simultaneously ó the voice of the poet and your own voice.
Gish Jen: You canít make a useful contribution by being didactic because the novel will be dead. But do I want my work to be culture shifting? The answer is yes.
Carole's blog features her latest reviews and interviews with these authors and others, including Anne Lamott, Anna Quindlen, Russell Banks, Sarah Dunant.
||News and Reviews
Story in 'Ploughshares'
Carole's flash fiction appears in the Autumn issue, guest-edited by Percival Everett.
Reviews for Off the Page
'Off the Page' is called 'well-turned and illuminating,' 'intriguing.'
Imagistic: Flash Fiction
Carole Burns and painter Paul Edwards collaborate on a National Flash Fiction Day project. About Imagistic