By Mandy Redig
“‘The wise man believes that destiny exists, and that it has need of him. Not fate—destiny.’ In their difference lies a writer’s life.”
By Waldo Jaquith
In 1982, David Wyatt analyzed where the Star Wars franchise was headed. We asked him to consider how his forecast turned out.
By Anna Sheaffer
The author of "Beirut Rising" answers questions about the city's political future, travel writing, and reporting in territory where journalists are suspect.
By Aja Gabel
The poet talks to VQR about his creative process. Three of his poems are included in our summer issue.
By Carianne King
The former first lady and VQR contributor answers a few questions about her photography.
By Andrew Shelden
A brief interview with the author, in which he explains how he came to join a trek along a seasonal Kashmiri ice road.
By Jon Schneider
Jim Harrison on the importance of being well read and his favorite poets.
We interview this VQR contributor about life as a foreign reporter, airplane literature, and her exposé on the epidemic of depression and prescription drug dependency in Cuba.
He talks to Harvard's Nieman Foundation for Journalism about how he wrote "Ramadi Nights," in our Winter 2008 issue.
We talk to him about his experiences writing about PTSD in Iraq/Afghanistan veterans.