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Tapping Into History to Write Historical Fiction

Jennifer Ashley, author of Death Below Stairs, shares tips on how to use history as a tool to write a well-researched novel.


Great Expeditions: The Top 10 Cities for Literary Travelers

Do you have both wanderlust and a love for literature? These ten breathtaking cities have plenty for book lovers to discover around the world.


On Tasting and Tolerance (Plus 3 Cocktail Recipes)

Aleksandra Crapanzano, author of The London Cookbook, ran into some troubles in terms of her tolerance for liquor while researching cocktails for her book.


The Celebrity Criminal: Jack Sheppard and the Self-Absorption of Sin

Aaron Skirboll, author of The Thief-Taker Hangings, discusses the origins of the celebrity criminal, rooted in the unlikely popularity of Jack Sheppard, a London thief and brazen escape artist.


On the Evolution of Jimmy Choo

Tamara Mellon is the co-founder of iconic luxury shoe brand Jimmy Choo. Have a peek at a tidbit of the story that goes back to its start.


Liz Taylor as Cleopatra in an Epic Film Befitting its Hollywood Era

Against a contemporary cinematic landscape where major productions masquerade as humble indies, there’s something refreshing and almost quaint about Walter Wanger’s My Life with Cleopatra. His production diary of the 1963 hit film Cleopatra, it’s a witty and no-nonsense look at big-time moviemaking at the end of the studio era.