From “lovelorn, insecure young man” to resolute commander—the private side of Ulysses S. Grant
Congrats to @legroff on being named a 2018 #NBAwards finalist! We note with interest that she's been reading a lot of the currently out-of-print Nancy Hale. . .
Leonard S. Marcus on Madeleine L’Engle, the “fearless experimenter” of children’s literature
Lisa Yaszek: We get the history of women in science fiction “thoroughly wrong”
Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom recasts the life of one of our major literary figures
Kate Wilhelm, “Baby, You Were Great”
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