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Interviews

Is the Pacific Northwest Really Destined for a Megathrust Earthquake?

Henry Fountain delves into how the biggest earthquake in North America impacted Alaska and how likely it is the Pacific Northwest will be hit hard next.

Writing

The Secret to Feeling at Home as a Writer

Swan Huntley is no stranger to moving around – and still she’s managed to find the secret to feeling at home no matter where she’s writing.

Writing

How Fiction Transcends Personal and Geographical Boundaries

Mary Torjussen, acclaimed author of Gone Without a Trace, speaks to how fiction can make us feel connected to people and places through reading.

Books

Chasing the Dragon: 25 of the Best Books on China

Here are 25 books as entryways into China, whose global influence demands that we bust our monolithic views on the country and approach with understanding.

Books

Girl at the Baggage Claim: 5 Books on the East-West Culture Gap

When you think about yourself, do you picture an avocado? Probably not. But, as Gish Jen writes in her new book The Girl at the Baggage Claim, if you live in the west your self-conception is likely a

Books

The US-Mexico Border in Fiction: 7 Books on the Space Between

Josh Barkin's novel Mexico is just one of many books on the US-Mexico border that capture both the physical and psychological split.