It’s been a while since we’ve posted our bloomers round-up, . . . [t]his month we want to . . . extend our heartfelt congratulations to those among our rolls here at Bloom who’ve been recognized and/or have recently bloomed in new and exciting ways.
by Kaulie Lewis
These Bloomers, from Dante to Bram Stoker to Nell Zink, cover 750 years and nearly every genre, and no two of their experiences are particularly similar.
by Sonya Chung
Richardson claimed that he did not fully understand the female until writing Clarissa. Maybe he did, in fact, get better at depicting a woman’s heart and mind, in a timeless way, with practice and effort.