Tag Archives: Hannah Engler

Exploring American Cities Through True Crime

America’s most notorious crimes tend to remain in the public memory not only for particular [...]

Rereading the Work of Shirley Jackson

I have a lot of literary kindred spirits, most of them women. They are authors [...]

The Way People Write About Home

In her collection I Feel Bad About My Neck, Nora Ephron includes the essay “Moving [...]

Siri Hustvedt and Atul Gawande: When Science Meets Art in Literature

We’re all amazed by people who have skills we don’t. It’s part of the magic [...]

Follow the Classics with these Books by Women Writers

A couple years ago, I challenged myself to go a whole year reading only women [...]

5 Books of Essays That Inspire My Writing

Recently, my friend told me a story about when she went surfing in South Africa. [...]

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