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Favianna Rodriguez is one of the most inspiring artivists at work today, blending creative passion with community organi...
In A Mountain of Crumbs: A Memoir, Gorokhova chronicles her decision to trade in the Soviet Union’s sense of communal ...
Adventures tempt us forward, tiptoeing our way around the corner, or purchasing a ticket on a dare, and better still, ra...
Author Thérèse Soukar Chehade talks about her first novel Loom with Hannah Eason. Chehade shares the influences behind...
by Shana Thornton When a woman is pregnant, the advice may be welcoming at first, giving some women comfort in knowing a...
W.W. Norton & Company, 2010 Books and Literature has a new book giveaway! In January, Her Circle Ezine will feature...
W.W. Norton & Company, 2010 Books and Literature has a new book giveaway! In January, Her Circle Ezine will feature...
by Hannah Eason Zsuzsanna Ozsváth has unmatched qualifications as a scholar on the Holocaust. The Leah and Paul Lewis C...
by Shana Thornton Anger evokes a wide arrangement of behavior—arrogance, belligerence and righteousness, alternating w...
by Hannah Eason Sarah—Of Fragments and Lines (Coffee House Press, 2010), written by Julie Carr, examines what it means...
by Shana Thornton Sandra Beasley shakes loose of the obvious roles, in favor of poetic, dramatic monologues. She’s fas...
by Shana Thornton Working as a columnist and reporter since the 1970s, Rheta Grimsley Johnson has witnessed the reshapin...
by Hannah Eason Hawaii-based author Margaret Dilloway’s debut novel, How to Be an American Housewife (Putnam Books 201...
by Shana Thornton Connie May Fowler understands the impact of secrets, both private and political. In her novels and mem...