Column by Gabino Iglesias March 16, 2018
Some female authors wrote words that changed my life. Some changed my life by just by being themselves. Here are ten female authors I celebrate regularly.
Column by Gabino Iglesias
If you're like me, books are tied to many things in your life. As we sit down this holiday season, I offer you ten books that, for a variety of reasons, make me feel thankful.
Column by Leah Rhyne December 21, 2016
We face dark times now, yes. It's important to realize: we've been here before, and we survived. I know because writers tell us, finding beauty in darkness, a literary legacy of stars in the night sky
Column by Leah Rhyne June 10, 2016
Anne Frank is known for her writing skills, but at 15 she was one of the sharpest editors of her generation.
Column by Daniel Hope April 28, 2014
Sometimes the fame doesn't come until after rigor mortis has set in.
Podcast by Joshua Chaplinsky May 24, 2013
News by Dean Fetzer May 16, 2013
A mother’s attempt to get the full version of the historic diary banned from schools over “pornographic” anatomical descriptions has failed.
News by Dean Fetzer April 30, 2013
A Michigan parent has filed a formal complaint with the school district on the grounds that passages of the diary of a young Jewish girl during the Holocaust are ‘inappropriate’.
News by Dean Fetzer
A new book by Eva Schloss, the girl who grew up with Anne Frank, talks about surviving life after Auschwitz and the "consequences of prejudice".