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New “ Insight Partner The SUNx Program will inspire industry-wide conversations around & change. SUNx Co-Founder Geoffrey Lipman said: “We are delighted to be a “GT” Insight Partner. Angle Of Repose, Concept Home, Hiroshima, Save The Planet, West Africa, Job Search, Planet Earth, Barack Obama, Climate Change

What Happens When Truth Catches Up With Fiction? | BOOKGLOW

Novelist-poet-playwright Doris Lessing famously said: “There’s no doubt that fiction makes a better job of the truth.” It is interesting, however, that—at least in the case of climate fiction (cli-fi)—the truth is catching up with fiction much faster than anticipated. In my book, Tales from The Warming, I tried to apply Lessing’s dictum to telling

The Secret Magic Of Rereading Your Favorite Books

The Secret Magic Of Rereading Your Favorite Books | BOOKGLOW

I warped back in time tonight. It’s been close to 30 years since I read Frances Hodgson Burnett’s classic The Secret Garden. I found my old copy lingering in my classroom and brought it home to read aloud to my eight and ten-year-old. It’s funny though. I couldn’t really tell them why I wanted to

About Richard Wright: Richard Nathaniel Wright was an African-American author of powerful, sometimes controversial novels, short stories and non-fiction. African American History Timeline, African American Literature, African American Art, African History, Richard Wright Author, Native Son, Black Authors, Black History Month, Nonfiction

Celebrate Black History Month With Acclaimed Writers At Le Tournon In Paris | BOOKGLOW

During Black History Month each February, several renowned figures and events come to mind: Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech, of course; also Harriet Tubman’s work as a “conductor” on the Underground Railroad; and Jackie Robinson’s debut into major league baseball. Along with many others. But another historical footnote that is part

Celebrating the Centennial of Shakespeare and Company Attic Reading Nook, Book Club Recommendations, Shakespeare And Company, Books You Should Read, The Big Lebowski, Go Outside, City Lights, Street View, Warm

Celebrating the Centennial of Shakespeare and Company | BOOKGLOW

Given dwindling sales at independent bookstores, we should remember some legendary greats still going strong: City Lights in San Francisco, both Strand and Scribner’s in Manhattan, and Powell’s in Portland, Oregon, to name but a few. Another legendary “American” bookshop can be found, interestingly enough, not between our shores but at 37, rue de la

Writing Outside One’s Racial Box: A Primer

Writing Outside One’s Racial Box: A Primer | BOOKGLOW

When I began writing The 13: Ashi-niswi I didn’t know I was blissfully wandering into a minefield. I guess I must live in a bubble. The 13 is historical fiction—the tale of 13 Native American (Anishinaabe/Ojibwe) teenagers who seek to restore the honor of their band by tracking down and savaging the Dakota war party

Historical fiction author Milana Marsenich explains her love of baking and shares a recipe for povetica, the same Slavic bread that appears in her debut novel Copper Sky.

A Baker’s Dozen With Author Milana Marsenich | BOOKGLOW

Historical fiction author Milana Marsenich explains her love of baking and shares a recipe for povetica, the same Slavic bread that appears in her debut novel Copper Sky.

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A Literary Tour Of The Delmar Loop In St. Louis | BOOKGLOW

The following passages describing the Delmar Loop in St. Louis, Missouri are taken from The Doubly Dead Angel-Thief by Marc Whelchel, the first book in a mystery series set in the Delmar Loop.

Reading books, and discovering the intent of the author versus the consensus of popular opinion, can help us understand the perspectives of others. Reading Help, Reading Books, Love Reading, Book Club Books, Book Lists, Book Clubs, Best Books To Read, Good Books, Book Club Recommendations

How Reading Helps Us Understand The Perspectives Of Others | BOOKGLOW

Reading books, and discovering the intent of the author versus the consensus of popular opinion, can help us understand the perspectives of others.

It's A Madhouse: A Writer's Approach To Character Development

It's A Madhouse: A Writer's Approach To Character Development | BOOKGLOW

I may create the characters in my novels, but they’re not fully under my command. They have an autonomy I find surprising, and more than a little vexing at times.

Unheard voices stories of lgbt history essay lgbt essay Unheard history of voices stories. My sister is playing Trap Queen and The Weeknd on her piano app for me to relax while writing my research paper. History Essay, Lgbt History, Trap Queen, Spoken Word, Research Paper, Crying, The Voice, Piano, Glow

Spoken Word: “Odo Wilhelm” From War Cries | BOOKGLOW

This is the story of Odo Wilhelm, an Aryan German, who explains why those like him despise Jews.

Putin Potentate Invites Author To Meet Moscow Literati Special Guest, Moscow, Pond, Glow, This Book, Poetry, Author, Meet

Putin Potentate Invites Author To Meet Moscow Literati | BOOKGLOW

I've read this book of yours with interest and would love for you to fly (as you say) Over the Pond and become my special guest for as long as you so desire.

Spoken Word: “Herta Kaufmann” From War Cries

Spoken Word: “Herta Kaufmann” From War Cries | BOOKGLOW

Editor’s Note: Kerry Arquette’s book of poems, War Cries: Unheard Voices, Unmarked Graves is now available here. WAR CRIES: UNHEARD VOICES, UNMARKED GRAVES. A book of original poetry that provides a “voice” to victims of the Holocaust/WWII. Brilliant award-winning fifteen-year-old actress, Annelise Wall steps into the shoes of a 12-year-old German girl who struggles to

Spoken Word: “Elsbeth Dekel” From War Cries Book Of Poems, Spoken Word, Crying, The Voice, Glow, Poetry, War, Actresses

Spoken Word: “Elsbeth Dekel” From War Cries | BOOKGLOW

Editor’s Note: Kerry Arquette’s book of poems, War Cries: Unheard Voices, Unmarked Graves is now available here. Actress Joleen Baughman brings her talent as well as her heart and soul to the role of Elsbeth Dekel. Elsbeth’s poem tells of the last day in the life of a very young woman who is destined to

Spoken Word: “Resi Hoffmeir” From War Cries

Spoken Word: “Resi Hoffmeir” From War Cries | BOOKGLOW

Editor’s Note: Kerry Arquette’s book of poems, War Cries: Unheard Voices, Unmarked Graves is now available here. Actress Jennifer Stokes brings her talent as well as her heart and soul to the role of Resi Hoffmeir. Resi’s poem tells of the day she arrived at one of Hitler’s concentration camps. In the “sorting” of new

Pets: How They Affect Us And Our Relationships Animal Books, Relationships, Glow, Poetry, Animals, Animales, Animaux, Poetry Books, Animais

Pets: How They Affect Us And Our Relationships | BOOKGLOW

Editor’s Note: Do you want to understand the science behind finding a mate, maintaining long-lasting relationships, or even what makes some relationships doomed to fail? Help your relationships grow and flourish, and have a few hearty laughs along the way. Click here to order Dr. Cohen’s relationship advice book From First Kiss to Forever: A

Spoken Word: “Seymour Poppanick” From War Cries

Spoken Word: "Seymour Poppanick" From War Cries | BOOKGLOW

Actor Matthew Block brilliantly brings to life the story of Seymour Poppanick, a disabled man who was murdered by the Nazis as part of their systematic "euthanasia" program intended to purify the German populous.