Interview with Susan Tiberghien

You're never too old to begin something new. This week's interview is with Susan Tiberghien, who began her writing life at age fifty.
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Talking about Writing in Paris

Paris is an international city filled with beauty and brutality.
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Opportunities for Writers

Three great opportunities for writers, from Shakespeare & Company, Paris Writers News, and the Zurich Writers Workshop!
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The Melissa Nathan Award

What an honor to receive the Melissa Nathan Award and to spend an evening to celebrate Melissa’s life, her work, and her legacy, surrounded by her family, fans, and colleagues! The judges (pictured below) and the other short-listed authors were lovely and so glamorous. The eveni
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Interview with Andrew Saffron

  The annual Melissa Nathan awards for Comedy Romance are being held on Tuesday, June 15, 2010. Moonlight in Odessa has been shortlisted for the award. Here is an excerpt of an interview with Melissa’s husband Andrew Saffron, who explains how the award came to be: Can you tell u
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Interview with Diccon Bewes

It was in an afternoon workshop at the 2008 Geneva Writers’ Conference that I wrote the first line of what became Swiss Watching. The best things happen when you least expect them.
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Interview with D J Connell

'Stay focused, keep working and don’t give up. If you are truly committed to writing then you are committed to refining your skills and creating something of worth and beauty.'
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Review of Moonlight in Odessa in The Guardian

The book is a real treat: vividly told, wickedly funny and brave enough to confront the clichés and misinformation that still abound about life on both sides of the old iron curtain.
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Interview with Paul Schmidtberger

  Paul Schmidtberger is a lawyer as well as the author of Design Flaws of the Human Condition. On June 29th, he, Ann Mah, and I will be speaking on a panel at the Paris Writing Workshop about getting your first novel published. Here Paul talks about writing in Paris.     What brought
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