Kristen Twardowski

Kristen Twardowski stumbled her way through working with wolves and libraries and found her professional home doing marketing and data analysis in the publishing industry. Though there will always be a place in her heart for numbers and graphs, the rest of her love is given to words. She recently published her debut novel, a psychological thriller called When We Go Missing, and blogs about books and writing on her website A Writer's Workshop.

White House Proposes Closing the National Endowment for the Humanities in Fall 2017

The White House's recent budget seeks to close the National Endowment for the Humanities beginning in fiscal year 2018.

House Votes to Give Some Powers of Librarian of Congress to Donald Trump

Congress voted to cut the powers of the first African American Librarian of Congress and give some of her powers to Donald Trump.

Are Libraries Doomed? How Libraries are Funding Themselves

How libraries are attempting to raise their funding and provide necessary services in the face of Trump's budget cuts.

So You Want to Murder Your Husband: 5 True Stories about Poison

5 books about poison and the way it has changed the world.

Read These Books About Foxes to Celebrate Fox Day

Celebrate fox day with, well, some fox books.

Everyone Should Read a Book Series Out of Order

Why everyone should start reading the novels in the middle of a book series instead of starting at the beginning at least once.

10 Essential Books to Read from Iran

10 essential books to read from Iran.

How Ordinary Men Do Evil: Books on the Holocaust and Preventing Genocide

Quote: A Video Game for Book Lovers

Quote is the video game book loves will want to check out.

Sympathy for the Trees and Empathy in Children’s Books

On the children's books that teach kids to care about the world around them.