Author Essay

Was Glinda the Good Witch our First Feminist Icon?

Elizabeth Letts, author of Finding Dorothy, argues that before The Wizard of Oz, good witches didn't exist.

By ELIZABETH LETTS • 1 year ago
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 • 1 year ago
Author Essay

Nietzsche and the Early Feminists

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

By SUE PRIDEAUX • 1 year 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 • 1 year 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 • 1 year 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 • 2 years ago
Author Essay

Enchiladas As Love Letters

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

By JASMINE GUILLORY • 2 years 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).