It took Joan Silber 38 years to be considered perhaps America’s greatest living fiction writer, but she wasn’t counting. Sheila Weller tells her story of late blossoming.
As Women’s History Month comes to a close, we are saluting the big milestone birthdays of cultural icons who helped bring about two of the biggest accomplishments of our lifetimes.
For the first time since the Harvey Weinstein reckoning, Rosanna Arquette talks about how her warnings about him may have hurt her career, her true heroes and why her long-time work supporting exploited women and LGBT youth has become more important than ever.
Wondering if we each have the power to change our lives? Then just read this incredible story of transformation by Sheila Weller.
Incest, murder, mistaken racial identity and…the Mamas & the Papas? Sheila Weller reveals never-before-published details of the true, twisted saga.
On the 50th anniversary of Janis Joplin’s breakout as a solo artist—with a movie and book on the way—the legendary singer’s best friend tells of their bond and their escapades—from Haight Ashbury to Woodstock.
If you’ve loved Linda Ronstadt’s music, you now have even more reasons to admire her. Sheila Weller looks at the quiet dignity of the superstar as she deals with Parkinson’s Disease.
The bad girl of the decadent 70s is celebrated in a new book, and Sheila Weller looks at why we should be seeing more under-the-radar women from the past get their moment in the sun.
The leader of the “Jackson Free Press” rose above her poor, white background in rural Mississippi to fight for equality 24/7.
From sexism to (ridiculously) small desks, she overcame it all and rose from underdog to top dog. Sheila Weller explores why this dynamo is the perfect person for the job.