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Melody Schreiber

Melody Schreiber is at work on a nonfiction anthology of premature birth. As a freelance journalist based in Washington, D.C., she has reported from nearly every continent. Her articles, essays, and reviews have been published by The Washington Post, Wired, The Guardian, The Atlantic, Pacific Standard, NPR, The Toast, Catapult, and others. She received her bachelor’s in English and linguistics at Georgetown University and her master’s in writing at the Johns Hopkins University. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @m_scribe.

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Turning Unexpected Downtime into a Literary Staycation

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Kelly Sue DeConnick: Smashing the Patriarchy and Reaching New Audiences

We talk to Kelly Sue DeConnick about smashing the patriarchy. (Also, comics).

Literary Tour of Chincoteague, Virginia

A literary tour of Chincoteague, Virginia, as inspired by favorite childhood books.