50 years ago, a presidential commission called out America's 'white racism.' It didn't go over well.
An inside glimpse into what it means to be a female writer and showrunner in Hollywood
In her new book about her career as a television writer, Nell Scovell talks about interviewing for a job during one of her pregnancies. “I went to meet Joss Whedon, creator of ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer,’” she emailed a friend shortly after. “He took one look at me and said, ‘Boy, are you fat.’”...
'Out of the Wild Night': With a splish and a splot and a shree, here comes a ghostly whodunit with heart
Charlotte Pence talks about Marlon Bundo: The vice presidential bunny (a Chicago native) with a book deal
A heartfelt lament on patrolling the border: Francisco Cantu's 'The Line Becomes a River'
Francisco Cantú’s “The Line Becomes a River” is a book about the U.S.-Mexico border. Given how fraught the topic has become, it’s worth being crystal-clear right away about what the book is, and isn’t. It is not a book about President Trump’s proposed border wall and who will pay for it. It is...
Stefan Merrill Block on his new novel 'Oliver Loving,' which follows the fallout of a tragedy in a small West Texas town
'The Stowaway: A Young Man’s Extraordinary Adventure to Antarctica' doesn't quite deliver on the glitter of its premise