Culture & Religion

Unlike Faulkner, the "Imperfect Birds" author doesn't believe you should be willing to run over your grandmother for the sake of a great novel.

Culture & Religion

Anne Lamott embraces her reputation as a popular novelist, but admits that she sometimes gets caught up in the pretentious side of her profession.

Culture & Religion

A story of meditation, black coffee, and Safeway cakes.

Culture & Religion

Anne Lamott used to seek inspiration in "drugs, alcohol, and poetry." But writing her novels has always been more like arduous manual labor than an ecstatic high.