Articles by Caroline Leavitt

August 9, 2017

Life, Literature, and Litigation 5

The email came almost immediately and it was spikey with threats. She recognized herself, and so had a friend of hers. And she said she could prove it. She had, she said, already spoken to a lawyer, and she was going to sue for defamation and invasion of privacy.

July 6, 2017

When the Writing Mentor Becomes the Mentee 3

Sharing work is really like sharing your soul. My erstwhile mentee somehow managed to know what I needed to do before I knew myself.

September 26, 2016

Killing Me Softly 0

One day I went to work on my novel and, to my surprise, a part of it had been rewritten. My boyfriend, seeing my unease, told me that he had done it, that he thought I needed to be funnier.