Stacey Megally

Stacey Megally is a writer, runner, and incurable bookworm. Her writing has been featured in The Dallas Morning News, Running Room Magazine, The Bookwoman, and on stage at LitNight Dallas and the Oral Fixation live storytelling show. When she isn’t knee-deep in words or marathon training, she’s hanging out with her smart, funny husband and their two extremely opinionated dogs. Instagram: @staceymegallywrites

Asian and Pacific American Readers and Writers On First Seeing Themselves in Books

This Asian and Pacific American Heritage month, read about the experiences of these readers and writers seeing themselves in books for the first time.

25 Heavy Bookends for Every Personal Library

Our favorite heavy bookends crafted from materials like stone, cast iron, solid brass, or concrete, so your cat stops wreaking havoc on your shelves.

How Local Literary Communities Can Find Strength During Social Distancing

A local virtual book club strengthens the local literary scene, cultivates a diverse community, and celebrates the power of stories and books.

Bookish Virtual Scavenger Hunt Ideas: Social Distancing for Book Lovers

A literary virtual scavenger hunt is a brilliant way for book lovers to stay connected with their friends—and their books—during COVID-19 social distancing.

Persian New Year Children’s Books to Inspire Your Family

We’ve picked out six Persian New Year children’s books help you and your kids learn more about the holiday and get inspired to make a fresh start.

My Literary Mardi Gras: The Stories New Orleans Inspired Me to Read

For the last several weeks, I’ve been feasting on books set in New Orleans and Louisiana, inspired by my last trip to the Crescent City. 

For the Love of Books: 8 Perspectives on Building a Personal Library

I asked each of eight avid readers to share their thoughts on building, organizing, and making the most of a personal library.

Where Is All the Asian American YA Historical Fiction? A Conversation with Author Stacey Lee

I asked Stacey Lee for an insider's perspective on what it's like to be one of the only #ownvoices authors of Asian American YA historical fiction.

2020 Asian Pacific American Award for Literature Winners Announced

The 2020 Asian Pacific American Award for Literature winners were announced on Monday, January 27th. Here's a closer look at the winners and their works.

Lunar New Year Children’s Books for Every Family

We’ve rounded up a list of Lunar New Year children's books, so you can spend some time with your family—one of the most cherished Lunar new Year traditions.

What Happened When I Read More Asian American Authors in 2019

As an Asian American, I resolved not only to read, but also to write about, listen to, think about, and talk to more Asian American authors during 2019. 

30 Seconds With Your Favorite Author: Book Signing Conversation Tips

For a book nerd, an author book signing is no small prospect. Over the years, I’ve learned a few book signing conversation tips.

A Reader’s Life, Starting With a Middle Grade Book About Death

How did BEAT THE TURTLE DRUM, a middle grade book about death —so thin, so unassuming—become a Goliath in my consciousness?

34 Book Ornaments to Brighten Your Holiday

If you celebrate Christmas, these festive book ornaments are perfect for every bookish person on your gift list—even if that person is you.

Before You Read OLIVE, AGAIN, Read These Elizabeth Strout Novels

Before you read Olive, Again by Elizabeth Strout, make sure you've read these three titles, also by Strout. I promise, you will be rewarded.