About Elizabeth @lizflock
Elizabeth Flock is a reporter and producer for the NewsHour. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Elizabeth’s Recent Stories
Arts Jan 31Jesmyn Ward takes your questions about her novel ‘Sing, Unburied, Sing’
Jesmyn Ward’s novel “Sing, Unburied, Sing” was our inaugural pick for the new PBS NewsHour-New York Times book club, “Now Read This.” As we concluded our reading of the novel, Ward took questions from readers on the PBS…
Arts Jan 03Now Read This Book Club
Join us each month as we choose a book, discuss it here and take your questions for the author.
Arts Jan 03‘Persist. Read, write, and improve.’ Jesmyn Ward shares the best writing advice she’s ever received
The author shares her writing advice, daily writing routine and more.
Arts Jan 03Discussion questions for ‘Sing, Unburied, Sing’
Use these questions to help guide your discussions as you read the book over the next month.
Arts Jan 03What is the PBS NewsHour-New York Times book club?
Now Read This is a new book club and partnership from PBS NewsHour and The New York Times.
Arts Jan 02Listen to Rupi Kaur, one of the most popular poets in the world, read her work
Listen to Rupi Kaur read from "The Sun and Her Flowers," which has sold a million copies since its release in October, and her first book, "Milk and Honey,"…
Arts Dec 29Listen to these 12 great albums of 2017
2017 saw a slew of big pop and hip-hop records, a number of breakout female singer-songwriters and all-girl bands, and the return of beloved 60's soul artist Don Bryant and pop star Kesha.
Arts Dec 21What it was really like to be in Miami during the crazy cocaine boom
A new book tells the real-life story behind what inspired the movie "Scarface."…
Arts Dec 21The best gift ever, according to 13 writers, musicians and podcasters
Jonathan Franzen, Renee Fleming, Ken Burns and others share the best gift they've ever received.
Poetry Nov 28This record label is bringing live poetry back to vinyl
Jeff Alessandrelli said the label is looking to bring the same independent sensibility as Octopus to its releases, and plans to release two to three records per year.