Essays might not the first genre you think of when you're looking for literature to read. An essay, much like a short story, can pack a great deal of punch in f
Today when I went to the Google home page, I found a link to this video. Google compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions about the Super Bowl and
Once again, the 6th annual St. Louis Small Press Expo will be held at the gorgeous Central Library in downtown St. Louis. For five years now, the library has b
I grew up in a tiny town in Western Tennessee (the flat part of the state) but have called St. Louis home for over fifteen years. In 2012 I founded Renegade STL, a company that creates "off-beat and original" tours of St. Louis history and architecture. When I'm not talking all things St. Louis, I can be found at The Novel Neighbor in Webster Groves, talking all things books. I'm mom to two great kids and two great kitties.
Libraries offer people the opportunity to get lost in a sea of books. Authors line our shelves, and people are encouraged to dive in and absorb the thoughts/kno
This December the well-known and beloved ballet, The Nutcracker, will be performed at the Touhill Performing Arts Center in St. Louis. Although the piece is one of the most widely attended ballets to date, The Nutcracker's initial debut at the Mariinsky Theater in Saint Petersburg was considered a flop.