Author Essay

Tunnels, Missiles, and Nuclear Panic

Author Greg Mitchell looks at literature and American culture during the Cold War.

By GREG MITCHELL • 3 months ago
Author Essay

Tonight We’re Going to Eat Like it’s 1959

The author of The Longest Night cooks recipes from her novel for her family.

By ANDRIA WILLIAMS • 3 months ago
Author Essay

Bookstores We’ve Loved and Lost

These stores may be shuttered, but their legacy lives on through art and words in this new book.

By Bob Eckstein • 3 months ago
Author Essay

My Boyfriend, Daniel Deronda

Heathcliff and Darcy, step aside. Author Emily Barton only has eyes for George Eliot's hero.

By EMILY BARTON • 4 months ago
Author Essay

Milestones, Marvels and Me

Author Rion Amilcar Scott on the importance of black comics in his development as a writer.

By RION AMILCAR SCOTT • 4 months ago
Author Essay

Lisa Sugar’s Bookshelf

The founder of POPSUGAR reveals the books that power her happy.

By LISA SUGAR • 4 months ago
Author Essay

Alexander Weinstein on Dealing with Writer’s Block

How to silence The Inner Critic and rediscover The Writer within.

By ALEXANDER WEINSTEIN • 4 months ago
Author Essay

Becoming American

Matthew B.J. Delaney, author of sci-fi thriller Black Rain, tells Read it Forward why he decided to protect and serve.

By Matthew B.J. Delaney • 4 months ago