Author Essay

The Sexually Fluid Shakespeare: Who Did The Bard Really Love?

James Anthony, author of Shakespeare’s Sonnets, Retold, on the Bard's fluid sexual orientation.

By JAMES ANTHONY • 2 months ago
Author Essay

Nietzsche and the Early Feminists

Philosopher Nietzsche was uniquely insightful for a man of his time.

By SUE PRIDEAUX • 2 months ago
Author Essay

Josie Silver’s Favorite Classic Holiday Movies

Josie Silver, author of One Day in December, reveals how her favorite holiday movies inspired her novel.

By JOSIE SILVER • 2 months ago
Author Essay

3 Ways to Finish Your Next Book

Jon Acuff, author of Finish, shares three key writing strategies for finishing your next book.

By JON ACUFF • 3 months ago
Author Essay

The Link Between Prohibition and Women’s Suffrage

The co-author of Liberated Spirits explains the surprising step on the way to women getting the vote.

By • 3 months ago
Author Essay

Enchiladas As Love Letters

The Proposal author talks showing love through food (in fiction, and in life).

By JASMINE GUILLORY • 3 months ago
Author Essay

How to Be a Couple Writing about a Couple

The Mr. Nice Guy authors talk the traps (and perks!) of writing about a couple (who write about each other).

By JENNIFER MILLER and JASON FEIFER • 3 months ago
Author Essay

To All the Authors I’ve Loved Before

A.J. Jacobs, author of Thanks a Thousand, thanks the authors of books he remembers fondly.

By A.J. JACOBS • 3 months ago