Patricia Bell-Scott's new book explores the friendship between Eleanor Roosevelt and Pauli Murray, the poet and civil rights activist.
Southern theme parks have their roots in sin, regional patriotism, and sideshow culture.
Studies by psychologists, behavioral scientists, political theorists, and economists suggest that moral outrage has social benefits.
Elizabeth McKenzie's "The Portable Veblen" concerns a character named Veblen, a woman who feels keenly the ideas of the great economist.
The JLF brings together writers from all over the world for readings, lectures, discussions and celebration at the Diggi Palace in Jaipur, India.