In Defense: Elizabeth Gilbert
Gilbert haters cite Eat, Pray, Love as proof of her failings, and in the process neglect her fantastic, near-perfect novel.
Writer Kate Christensen shares a traditional Thanksgiving dinner in the Florentine hills—and her recipe for persimmon pudding.
The Gone with the Wind author was a woman ahead of her time.
Revisting this classic novel, one writer discovers the truth about Holden Caulfield, and herself.
One writer listens to 150 hours of the four-volume LBJ biography so you don't have to.
The ghost in the library ate my homework, I swear.
Quoth the Raven, "Nevermore."
You know they battled for a woman’s right to vote, but did you know they also faced feeding tubes, macho critics, and police brutality?
Outdated textbooks return to Portland State University half a century after first being borrowed.
A writer revisits a childhood favorite and finds it's not all butter churning and buggy rides.