Read: Relocating the Kiln (Part I) It took a year and a half and a team of potters to completely dismantle Teruo Hara’s kilns at the Japanese House. The potters took apart the kilns, brick by brick, and plan to re
The Fire (2008) — my long awaited sequel to The Eight — is launched thirty years after the events of The Eight, when the bejeweled Black Queen from the Montglane Chess Service shockingly resurfaces in Russia.
“As far as anyone knows, the universe may be a Möbius strip, without beginning or end.” -Katherine Neville When I was editing The Eight my editor-in-chief, Robert Wyatt, phoned to tell me that the publishers
With the National Book Festival coming up on September 1st, I’ll be sharing memorabilia, photos and more from National Book Festivals. When they held the festival on the Mall, I threw parties with some