How to Handle Your Q & A at a Reading
Author gives advice for Q & A's
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Whether you're doing an invited talk about your writing, a reading, or both, the period afterwards for audience members to ask you questions is as important as what came before—and maybe even more so. They've heard your poems, essay, or fiction, but now they get to hear you and learn more about you both in terms of the information you share and how you share it. Are you relaxed, engaging, smooth without seeming fake?
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