Interview with the author of new YA historical novel Open Fire, set in Russia in 1917, at a time of war and revolution.
How our actions as a collectivity raise or lower our chances of surviving the Covid-19 pandemic, thus making all of us a collective protagonist.
In fall 2005 my husband took our oldest child to Atlanta for his freshman year at Emory University. Derrick fell in love with Emory years before when he accompanied... Read More
Travel via books can be to imagined worlds, like our own but with magic, as I found out reading Christina Soontornvat’s A Wish in the Dark.
Because of my broken ankle, I missed this year’s New York Times Travel Show and that opportunity to plan my summer trip, which will — ankle permitting... Read More
A report on the 2020 Women’s March in NYC and why we need to start putting up Hong Kong numbers if we want to keep our democracy.