Four Reads for National Hispanic Heritage Month

Wednesday, September 17, 2014  

“They’d moved around so much in the past three years that she’d gone to six different schools. Palm Springs, Cabazon, Indio: she didn’t look like the rich or poor blond kids or the black kids or the kids who’d just gotten here from Mexico. And everyone asked, ‘What are you, anyway?’” —Highwire Moon

In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, we are highlighting our favorite authors who have distinctly portrayed Hispanic culture and experience. With everything from
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Dr. Media's Wacky Lecture Series: History of the Fantastically Fantastical

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Welcome, my dear students, welcome. Do come in and don’t by shy! For many of you, this may be your first lecture—hopefully it won’t be your last. My name is Dr. Open R. I. Media and this is my class, Books 101.

Featured Open Road Guest

Today, I would like to introduce Mr. Robert Masello, the bestselling author of the Romanov series, who somehow manages to put his head down and write despite waking up to this every day: 

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