Why do all these “little-known histories” of women leading outsized, daring lives in war and espionage slow to a trickle after Women’s History Month is over?
Why telling a story in someone else’s voice is perhaps the biggest challenge of all—and the utmost (terrifying) privilege
I aimed for 50 books but only managed 37. But as I look back on a year of reading adventures, I can’t find failure anywhere.
As part of our Slow Noodles project, Clara Kim cooks a delicious bobor sam jok—rice porridge with pork, garlic, ginger, and CHILI
Best Spy Books of 2014: An interview with Andy Brennan at Parnassus Books
The how, when, and where of a writer’s “process,” sure. But more importantly, the why.
Why We Write: (hint: It ain’t for the money.)
In which I Twitter-friend author Jen Miller and invite her to Nashville. She arrives on Thursday. #NoveladeStand #AuthorParty #DeliciousCocktails