Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt

The rise of authoritarian governments conjures images of violent coup détats, revolutions, and angry mobs. However, Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt argue political changes are usually slow-building and subtle, and...

John Burnham Schwartz

John Burnham Schwartz is a novelist and screenwriter whose complicated, flawed, and compelling characters have captivated countless readers. A master of historical and literary fiction, his acclaimed novels transport audiences...

Benjamin Dreyer

Beloved by authors, editors, and his social media followers, Benjamin Dreyer has a unique knack for playfully deconstructing the English language. In his forthcoming book, Dreyers English: An Utterly Correct...

Alex Wagner

As a journalist, Alex Wagner has covered a wide range of issues that cut to the core of who we are as a nation, including immigration, race and political tribalism. In...

Ben Reiter

Ben Reiter is a senior writer for Sports Illustrated, which he joined in 2004. He has written 25 cover stories for the magazine, including the June 30, 2014 piece for...

Alisyn Camerota

Alisyn Camerota is an award-winning broadcast journalist and an anchor on CNNs New Day. Camerota earned two Emmy award nominations for her stories, along with a 2018 Edward R. Murrow Award for her...

Priya Parker

Priya Parkers bold approach to gatherings redefines the ways people connect, learn, and develop relationships. The founder of boutique advisory firm Thrive Labs, she helps activists, elected officials, corporate executives,...