By Lorraine Berry 14 min read
When an author uses a book as a plot device to tell a story within a story, magical things can happen. Here are some of our favorite books within books.
By Meghan McCullough 5 min read
Tracy Chevalier discusses her contribution to the Hogarth Shakespeare series: New Boy, her retelling of Othello, which she set in a 1970s DC schoolyard.
By Angela Thirlwell 5 min read
She’s boy and girl, threatened by death but never dying, a heroine-hero who pushes bounds of her play and lives on long after it’s over.
By Andrea Chapin 8 min read
Andrea Chapin, author of The Tutor, lists a treasure trove of necessary works in both literature and film capturing the intrigue-infused Elizabethan era.