There is a title for every literary fan out there: spirited novels, cookbooks and fantastic stories in children's literature are just some of the genres comprising our holiday gift list. Read on to find the perfect book for the reader in your life or, better yet, yourself.
For a lot of women, it can often feel as though stories about women in their 40s are few and far between. In her latest novel, No One Tells You This, author Glynnis MacNicol discusses the particularly difficult year in which she turned 40 and the self reflection that allowed her to realize being 40 is, actually, amazing.
As women continue to move into leadership roles across the country, we sit down with the new Executive Director of the Northwest Film Forum, Vivian Hua, to discuss women filmmakers, supporting marginalized communities through art and her own experience becoming a leader.
It's fall and we can't help but feel the back-to-school spirit. Give in to your inner child and stock up on these books for your fall reading list.
Meet Frances Tulk-Hart, the artist, activist and mother who is bringing continued awareness to the immigration crisis with her platform @2000Taken.
You've probably seen the catalyzing, eye-opening quotes on Instagram, but do you know who's behind them? We kick off a new series by chatting with Words Of Women's founder about empowering women through inspiring lessons and group support.
Quarterlane and Juniper Books band together this July to curate 3 boxes of seasonal favorites. From fiction to a coming-of-age memoir and everything in between, our July reading list is perfect for challenging new perspectives, celebrating sisterhood and revisiting old favorites.
We chat with Sallyann Corn about building community, supporting American-made goods, and uniting with other independent artists and designers through her involvement in a unique coast-to-coast collective called JOIN.