About Elizabeth @lizflock
Elizabeth Flock is an independent journalist who reports on justice and gender. She can be reached at email@example.com
Elizabeth’s Recent Stories
Arts Dec 10Writing has ‘got to be weird before it gets good,’ says Casey Gerald
Casey Gerald, author of the memoir "There Will Be No Miracles Here," says his editor is the first person "to ever seriously hold space for me to be fully, strangely, magically myself, in my work."…
Arts Dec 03Discussion questions for ‘There Will Be No Miracles Here’
Casey Gerald's memoir is about attaining and then questioning the American dream.
Arts Nov 28December’s pick for the PBS NewsHour-New York Times book club is ‘There Will Be No Miracles Here’
"There Will Be No Miracles Here" is part memoir and part meditation, tracing Casey Gerald's journey from his childhood in a poor neighborhood in Dallas all the way to Yale and the halls of power.
Arts Nov 233 psychological thrillers to watch after reading ‘A Separation’
Katie Kitamura's "A Separation," which follows a woman in search of her missing husband in fire-ravaged Greece, is a novel rich with cinematic atmosphere and tension. Here are three thrillers to watch alongside it.
Arts Nov 14Katie Kitamura annotates a page from her book ‘A Separation’
Kitamura explains how her fascinations with masculinity and privacy in a marriage became major themes in the book.
Arts Nov 07‘Reading is part of my job,’ and more writing advice from author Katie Kitamura
Kitamura, author of the November book club pick "A Separation," says reading "should be taken as seriously as the act of writing itself."…
Arts Nov 01Discussion questions for ‘A Separation’
"A Separation,” our November book club pick, is a psychological thriller about a woman who learns that her estranged husband has gone missing in Greece, and tries to find him.
Arts Oct 31The November pick for the PBS NewsHour-New York Times book club is ‘A Separation’
"A Separation" is a moody psychological novel about a woman who learns that her estranged husband has gone missing in Greece, and tries to find him.
Arts Oct 26PHOTOS: Meet the wolves and humans who inspired ‘American Wolf’
See photos of O-Six, known as the most famous wolf in the world, as well as as her pack.
Arts Oct 15An annotated page from ‘American Wolf’
"Every wolf’s life is an adventure story; what made O-Six’s unique is that people were around to witness it," says "American Wolf" author Nate Blakeslee.