Sycamore Review’s new interview anthology now available

For more than 20 years, Sycamore Review has been providing its readers with author interviews. Now, we’ve collected 15 of those interviews in a new anthology available now in print or ebook format from our publishing partner, Parlor Press. You can also purchase a copy at a reduced price directly from us by visiting our online store.

TELLING STORIES, TALKING CRAFT is a collection of conversations with some of the finest contemporary fiction writers. These distinguished authors discuss their lives and their craft in candid, thought-provoking interviews. You’ll find:

TellingStoriesCover-194x300Charles Baxter on the myth of productivity
Kate Bernheimer on taking women seriously
Larry Brown on happy endings
Robert Olen Butler on war and fear
Michael Chabon on his reputation in Finland
Lan Samantha Chang on fiction since 9/11
Peter Ho Davies on kitchen sink drafts
Andre Dubus III on bartending
Richard Ford on getting in fistfights
Jane Hamilton on landscape and Home Depot
Nick Hornby on the Da Vinci Code
Ha Jin on being called a traitor
Nami Mun on fictional gaps
Benjamin Percy on zombies and cemeteries
Steve Yarbrough on rejection and the South

The anthology also includes full indexes of craft terms and literary works, making it an ideal buy for aspiring writers and students of literature. And there’s an essay on the art of the literary interview by Michael Martone. Don’t miss out on this exciting new collection!