Interview with Jill Bialosky on finding professional and creative balance and "The Prize"

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From the Miami Book Fair, Jill Bialosky, editor, poet, and novelist, sat down with host Joseph Lapin to discuss the creative life. In this podcast, Bialosky discusses her own creative process and the balance between her professional and artistic life, as well as provides guidance to aspiring novelists and poets on how to structure a life in order to produce great art. She also discusses her latest novel, "The Prize." Bialosky is currently an editor at W. W. Norton & Company, and her collections of poems are Subterranean (Alfred A. Knopf, 2001) and The End of Desire (1997). Bialosky is also the author of the novel The Prize, House Under Snow (2002), and The Life Room (2007) and co-editor, with Helen Schulman, of the anthology Wanting A Child (1998).