Joanne Freeman is a professor of history at Yale University and co-host of Backstory Radio. Her latest book is, The Field of Blood: Violence in Congress and the Road to Civil War. Continue reading “10 questions with Joanne Freeman”
I recently had the privilege to interview Tor Publisher, Devi Pillar, for an upcoming feature in the Deseret News. The article celebrates 10 years since Brandon Sanderson completed the first trilogy in the “Mistborn” series. The full text of her comments are available here. Continue reading “Tor Publisher Devi Pillai reflects on Brandon Sanderson’s ‘Mistborn’”
SALT LAKE CITY — Barbara Jones Brown has a well-earned reputation as a gifted historian and writer, but her relationship with history had a rough beginning. Continue reading “Meet the Mormon History Association’s new executive director”
I recently had the privilege to interview bestselling author Brandon Sanderson for the 10th anniversary of the final volume in the first “Mistborn” trilogy. Continue reading “10 questions with Brandon Sanderson”
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is publishing a new official history in four volumes. The first volume, “Saints: The Standard of Truth: 1815-1846” is being released today.
Matt Grow, Director of the Church’s Publications Division and volume editor for “Saints” joins FromtheDesk.org for an exclusive interview. Continue reading “‘Saints’ editor discusses new history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints”
John Scalzi is both a prolific and bestselling author, as well as a former creative consultant for the “Stargate” television franchise. Continue reading “10 questions with John Scalzi”
Today marks one year since the last episode of “Dark Matter.” To commemorate the occasion, I am turning over the site to Joe Mallozzi for an exclusive AMA. Continue reading “Guest Post: AMA with Joe Mallozzi”