As the weather turns cooler and we start to emerge from summer’s torpor, it’s time for some faster-paced romances with plenty of exciting twists and turns on the way to the happily-ever-after. (Image credit: )
Melissa Bashardoust’s new novel is a feminist adaptation of Snow White called Girls Made of Snow and Glass. She talks to Lulu Garcia-Navarro about the story of two women pitted against each other.
NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks to Gwendolyn Zepeda, Houston’s first poet laureate, about the spotlight on the city during Hurricane Harvey.
Brendan Mathews’ debut novel is a sprawling story of three Irish brothers and their adventures in America on the cusp of World War II. (Image credit: )
A look back at the organization, formed 50 years ago, that brought together politics, militancy, progressive activism and pop culture awareness
Fifty years ago the Black Panther Party was created, fighting for “power to the people” with a mix of political activism, militancy, progressive community programs and pop culture awareness. Lee Cowan talks with one of the founders, Bobby Seale; former party chairwoman Elaine Brown; and Stephen Shames, who was the …