John Steinbeck

Colin Jost mocks president's flag-hug as something mentally challenged Lennie in Steinbeck's novel "Of Mice and Men" would do.
When I began writing my last novel — about a young woman playing trumpet in the male-dominated world of jazz — I wondered
When I began writing my last novel — about a young woman playing trumpet in the male-dominated world of jazz — I wondered
A statistician ran the analysis on popular and classic books, and the results are in.
Part of Ella Ruth's problems spring up because of the area of the country in which she lives, and also the fact it is the
For anyone who follows the Wall Street Journal's Terry Teachout's 'dramatic' wanderings throughout America, it is known that theatre is thriving throughout this land. This is certainly true in Tucson, AZ.
The early word is that this entertaining production, which tells a tale of "a brave new world of womanhood and identity," is one of the first must-see events in the Los Angeles 2016 theatrical calendar.
Nobelist Joseph Stiglitz has been loudest among economists in decrying the lack of concern over such a poor recovery from the Great Recession. (Lest we forget is in terms of GDP growth even worse than the Great Depression.)
These eight books will help you navigate this luscious locale. And because packing light is the first rule of a good hike
Brian Panowich is a firefighter and former musician. As an army brat, he grew up in Europe until the family settled in East Georgia. His debut novel, Bull Mountain, has received extensive praise from James Ellroy, C.J. Box, Wiley Cash, and John Connolly, among others.