Author Essay

Tunnels, Missiles, and Nuclear Panic

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

By GREG MITCHELL • 4 years 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 • 4 years 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 • 4 years 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 years 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 years ago
Author Essay

Lisa Sugar’s Bookshelf

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

By LISA SUGAR • 4 years ago
Author Essay

Alexander Weinstein on Dealing with Writer’s Block

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

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 years ago