Advice from a psychic led Annie Hartnett to the residency that helped her finish her fantastic novel, RABBIT CAKE. She and James talk about spending time in cemeteries, writing in yards, giving a good reading, and how to sprinkle naked mole rat facts throughout to make the best fiction. Then, Masie Cochran from Tin House Books talks about discovering RABBIT CAKE and her route to becoming an editor.

Annie Hartnett

Annie and James Discuss:

“Refresh, Refresh” by Benjamin Percy

GOSSIP GIRL

Newtonville Books

Tin House Books

Hamilton College

Bread Loaf School of English

University of Alabama

Grub Street

Boston Public Library

Kellie Wells

Kobo

The Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference

Mike Scalise

Alex Awards

THE KEPT

REDIVIDER

FIND ME by Laura van den Berg

THE FAMILY FANG by Kevin Wilson

SWAMPLANDIA by Karen Russell

Aimee Bender

Samantha Hunt

THE WILDS by Julia Elliott

Mary Cotton

Jaime Clarke

George Saunders

Tin House Books

Masie and James Discuss:

(intro)

SWIMMING LESSONS by Claire Fuller

OUR ENDLESS NUMBERED DAYS by Claire Fuller

GHOST SONGS by Regina McBride

THE OTHER SIDE by Lacy Johnson

DRYLAND by Sara Jaffe

RELIEF MAP by Rosalie Knecht

(talk)

Katie Grimm of Don Congdon Associates

Michael Farris Smith

Nanci McCloskey

Sabrina Wise

TIN HOUSE

Tin House Writers’ Workshop

Win McCormack

Richard Pine

Inkwell Management

GEEK LOVE by Katherine Dunn

99 STORIES OF GOD by Joy Williams

Jim Shepard

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