Latest Therese Walsh Articles
At Boston’s GrubStreet creative writing center and online at Writer Unboxed, new efforts to bring diverse voices into publishing heighten a bookish search for relevance and authors’ growing sense of shared responsibility.
From the prescient writings of Marshall McLuhan to a new book from Peter Diamandis and Steven Kotler — and the authors’ community at Writer Unboxed — we hear concern about what happens to our perceptive capabilities, our focus, our concentration, in times of digital distraction.
A session on the content of consumer reviews — regardless of the intentions of reviewers — is featured at the inaugural Writer Unboxed UnConference. It’s in Salem, Massachusetts, which Arthur Miller wrote was once “at the edge of the wilderness.”