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The Untold Story of America’s Efforts to Save the Jews of Europe

Rebecca Erbelding, author of Rescue Board, shares how the War Refugee Board, the JDC, and other organizations helped to save Hungarian Jews during WWII.


Christian Duguay on Bringing a WWII Classic to the Big Screen

Writer and director Christian Duguay talks about what it was like to adapt Joseph Joffo's compelling WWII novel, A Bag of Marbles.


3 Things You’ll Always Get with Nathan Englander

Nathan Englander is back with his latest novel, and it delivers in all the ways we’ve come to expect – and adore – from the author.


On the Delicate Balance of Writing Historical Fiction About the Holocaust

Award-winning author Rachel Seiffert, most recently of A Boy in Winter, discusses the complexities of writing historical fiction about the Holocaust.


On War, Art, How We Got Here and Where We’re to Go

We caught up with Sarah Sentilles, author of the new book Draw Your Weapons, to talk about war, terrorism, the art that grows among it, and more.


You Weren’t There? So What: 4 Tips on Writing Historical Fiction

Georgia Hunter, author of the new WWII-era novel We Were the Lucky Ones, clues us in to four essential tips for writing historical fiction.