"Hill had maintained a daily writing routine since age 13, completing four or five books as a teen and four more as an adult, and was now, at the cusp of 35, finally putting out a novel—a ghost story." GQ profilesJoe Hill about his writing, being the son of Stephen King, and finding success in his own right. From our archives: our own editor LydiaKiesling's essayon King, nostalgia, and America.
The Boston GlobeprofilesDaniel Coquillette, co-author of the first comprehensive history of Harvard Law School. “Deeming the previous attempts lackluster, Coquillette and Bruce Kimball resolved to produce an honest, critical look at Harvard Law School’s founding -- and its oftentimes bigoted history.” His book inspired students to take action to retire the school’s crest.