Q&A from Quora, “How to Become an Everyday Reader,” in response to the question, How can people go about becoming more effective readers in their everyday lives?, Huffington Post, November 7, 2017.
Q&A from Quora, “Tapping Into Your Childlike Creativity Is Easier Than You Think, in response to the question, How can people develop their creativity?,” INC.com, November 7, 2017.
Interview by Tai Farnsworth. Russia, Los Angeles, writing the historical novel, films — a wide-ranging interview. December 3, 2014.
"Janet Fitch reminded me of what a writer is blessed with—an endless life of possibility. During this interview her answers were just like her novels, an unabridged artistic experience made of a thousand textures and unfiltered emotions. “It’s not about what you know that you write about” – she says – “it’s about what you are and feel.” 49 minutes.
Haiku Interview, Advice to Writers with Jon Winokur, April 1, 2014.
Janet on the Future of the Novel, Los Angeles Review of Books, April 17, 2012.
From the Los Angeles Review of Books One Minute Films series.
"Russian S'lon with Adrienne Sharp and Janet Fitch," RareBirdRadio, BlogTalkRadio, April 26, 2011. Conversation about Russia, life, art, and the artists’ life with author Adrienne Sharp (The True Memoirs of Little K: A Novel).
Los Angeles Times. "Write the sentence, not just the story...." July 3, 2010.