Cindy Chupack made the transition from single Sex and the City writer to married author—and made it funny. Here, she talks about the process of writing her new book and looking for humor in "everydayness."
By any measure, Carl Hiaasen is a prolific writer—he’s the author of more than a dozen books and continues to write a newspaper column. Here, he shares with us the secrets of getting it done (when you’re surrounded by beautiful distractions).
Beethoven and Woody Allen bathed their way to genius. Dickens (and just about everyone else) walked. And you don’t want to know how Thomas Wolfe got the juices flowing. Mason Currey, author of "Daily Rituals: How Artists Work" shares some of the surprising work modes of history’s most creative.