From Peter Carey to Cormac McCarthy, these are some of the most compelling depictions of a territory where both danger and discovery lie From wild tales of exploration to the pioneers of the old west,
crimereads.com - Lori RoyLori Roy is the author of Bent Road, winner of the Edgar Award for Best First Novel; Until She Comes Home, finalist for the Edgar Award for Best Novel; and Let Me Die in His Footsteps, winner of the Edgar Award for Best Novel. She lives in St. Petersburg, Florida, with her family. Her latest novel is The Disappearing.
Even when they’re central to the story, women over 40 are getting pushed to one side when it’s time to design the book jacket Here’s a challenge for you: find a book jacket that features an image of a
From discussions of human-machine hybrids to lost civilizations in the Amazon and octopus brains, scientists and writers have produced some amazing works of nonfiction in the past 15 years. If you're the
Madame Bovary, A Winter’s Tale, The Age of Innocence ... when it exists at all in fiction, childbearing generally manifests as a problem or impediment – but there is something universal to be learned a
Analysis finds proportion of female authors and characters fell after 19th century, with male authors remaining ‘remarkably resistant’ to writing women Women in novels have tended to “feel”, while men
The eccentric, angelic, villainous and beguiling characters populating the teeming novels of Charles Dickens — whose birthday is today — are constantly inviting one another to tea. Not all of them, however,