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Elizabeth Flock is a reporter and producer for the NewsHour. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Elizabeth’s Recent Stories
Arts Aug 09How reading ‘The Woman Warrior’ put Celeste Ng’s feelings into words
"It was so close to my experience, it was almost painful," says the best-selling author.
Arts Aug 0910 kids’ books that made us fall in love with reading
Have you and your child read "The Borrowers" or "The Outsiders"? What about "Octagon Magic"?…
Arts Aug 02Discussion questions for ‘The Woman Warrior’
Here are some questions to guide you as you read "The Woman Warrior," our August book club pick.
Arts Aug 01At 80, Judy Chicago isn’t done with the mysteries of life and death
Chicago says there's not much that can get her upset anymore, but the feminist artist can still get her detractors "to foam at the mouth."…
Arts Jul 30Our August book club pick: ‘The Woman Warrior,’ by Maxine Hong Kingston
Author Celeste Ng chose a classic to re-read for our August book club pick: Maxine Hong Kingston's 1976 memoir, "The Woman Warrior."…
Arts Jul 26In ‘The House of Broken Angels,’ every character has their own song
Listen to a playlist made by author Luis Alberto Urrea, who says music was key to the writing of his novel.
Arts Jul 22This artist reimagines pop art with a Plains Indian perspective
“It’s not your grandparents’ Indian artwork,” Oklahoma City-based artist Brent Learned said of his colorful, impressionistic portrayals of the Plains Indian way of life.
Arts Jul 195 ways to relive the excitement of the Apollo 11 moon landing
The footage, photos and first-hand accounts you need to see and read to understand the historic mission.
Arts Jul 17Laughter can be a sanctuary, says author Luis Alberto Urrea
"There is a way to laugh that is cruel and there is a way to laugh that offers sanctuary," says Luis Alberto Urrea, who annotated a page from his novel, "The House of Broken Angels."…
Arts Jul 12‘Read, read, read to stoke the furnace,’ and more writing advice from Luis Alberto Urrea
Urrea, who wrote this month's book club pick, "The House of Broken Angels," shares the best writing advice he's received.