A riveting historical fiction that takes readers back to 1662, Chris Bohjalian's Hour of the Witch illustrates a life of a Puritan woman who plots her escape from a violent marriage; risking her life to file for divorce. It is a is a timely and terrifying story of socially sanctioned brutality and the original American witch hunt. Read more here.
Ralph Ellison, an American master, tells a dramatic story encapsulating the violent and atrocity inflicted on generations of women, men, and children. Juneteenth (Revised) is a historical fiction about the war they fought to make lives with people they loved. Read more here.
Learn the basics of Astrology—understanding how it all began, breaking down the 12 signs of the zodiac, exploring your birth chart—from Monica Lopez Gamboa, a Filipino artist, researcher, astrologer, and yoga teacher.
While we can't fly off to our ideal destinations at the moment, let's travel through the pages of Emily Henry's latest book, People We Meet on Vacation. We chat about this brand new story, about traveling and writing, about summers and love. Read our conversation on the blog.
At Storywriting School, each online class includes a live Q&A session with Filipino playwright, Dr. Joem Antonio. Here are some questions that students submitted for the course, How to Write Love Stories, along with Dr. Joem’s responses.