Stories By Elinor Teele
The Dancer Within: Intimate Conversations with Great Dancers by Rose EichenbaumJuly 9, 2022
In fact, the only one who doesn’t fall in with this uplifting sentiment is, God bless...
The Count of Concord by Nicholas DelbancoJuly 8, 2022
Sir Benjamin Thompson, a.k.a. Count Rumford, is probably most familiar to modern ears as the inventor...
A Voyage Long and Strange: Rediscovering the New World by Tony HorwitzJuly 8, 2022
Gold, jewels – that was what the new world promised and that was what the Spanish...
O Beloved Kids: Rudyard Kipling’s Letters to his ChildrenJuly 6, 2022
An Imperialist, a warmonger, blind to what was in front of him, the critics say. A...
Odd Hours by Dean KoontzJuly 5, 2022
Ogres are like onions, the great philosopher Shrek once said. Onions have layers, ogres have layers....
The Lady Elizabeth by Alison WeirJuly 5, 2022
If you’re going to mix brains with bosoms, however, you have to be very careful stylistically....
Remembering Nureyev by Rudi van DantzigJuly 4, 2022
More intimately, van Dantzig shows us the idiosyncratic human being that powered the death-defying leaps and...
Nancy Love and the WASP Ferry Pilots of World War II by Sarah Byrn RickmanJuly 3, 2022
They were also a PR dream. Initially working for her future husband, Robert Love, the young...
Home: A Memoir of My Early Years by Julie AndrewsJuly 3, 2022
Again, it took an intervention, this time by Moss Hart, to point her in the right...
The Pearl Jacket and Other Stories: Flash Fiction from Contemporary ChinaJuly 2, 2022
Flash fiction, or the “smoke-long story,” or the “skinny story,” as it is sometimes called in...