If you’re glued to the Olympics this week, you know all about the international sporting festival’s origins in ancient Greece. But what you might not recall is that our modern Olympic Games are a product of the Victorian era. What better time for a recap?
This week is the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) virtual conference—an event I was originally scheduled to attend in person, to share the Myrtle Hardcastle Mysteries with educators from all over America. Of course, those plans have been rearranged a bit, so my appearance there will now be pre-recorded and hosted at the… Read more »