Soozy, the state’s friendly but hungry dinosaur, has hopped a flight to Washington, D.C., for the 15th Anniversary Library of Congress National Book Festival.
We've all had that moment at the beach when a towel becomes security blanket as we tiptoe towards the water and feel what seems like thousands of eyes upon us.
Hasselstrom, a Hermosa native, draws inspiration from nature and understands the key role nature plays in the writing process.
There is much controversy, confusion, and embellishment when it comes to the Wild West icon Calamity Jane. Etulain and McLaird set the record straight.
“Do field research.” First-time Festival attendee and winner of the 2015 Edgar Award for Best First Novel, Tom Bouman gives simple advice to aspiring authors.
Rebecca Johnson is no stranger to what makes science both fascinating and, at times, cringe-worthy. Curiosity drives Johnson’s science writing for young people.
'Pioneer Girl' is as hot as Ma’s johnny cakes. Rejected by editors in the 1930s, Laura Ingalls Wilder’s biography has become a runaway best-seller.
John Dufresne’s advice to aspiring writers is to pick a word and begin. The mystery/crime genre author says the ideas for his novels often stem from “trouble”.
Inspiration can strike from a most unexpected place. An anonymous photo led Ann Weisgarber to two works of historical fiction and a passion for stories untold.
The sole meaning in life is to serve humanity.
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