Tag: Yona Zeldis McDonough

The British Aristocrats Who Admired the Nazis

Hitler’s Girl is a groundbreaking history that reveals how, in the 1930s, authoritarianism nearly took hold in Great Britain as it did in Italy and Germany.

In a Parallel World, Tweens and Moms Still Disagree

Debut novelist Marcie Roman talks with Fiction Editor Yona Zeldis McDonough about what it’s like to travel to an alternate universe, and what the experience can teach us about our own.

A Love Affair With Barthes’ Words

Lilith’s Yona Zeldis McDonough talks to author Edie Meidav about her unique and transdisciplinary novel, Another Love Discourse.

When Josephine Baker Spied Against the Nazis

As Karen Gray Ruelle ably proves in Surprising Spies: Unexpected Heroes of World War II, there was no one-size-fits all template for the individuals who risked their lives thwart the Nazis. Ruelle talks to Fiction Editor Yona Zeldis McDonough about the many surprises uncovered by her research, including the fact that Josephine Baker—a woman of… Read more »

A Mother’s Lost Life, Before the War

Julie Metz talks to Fiction Editor Yona Zeldis McDonough her new book Eve and Eva: A Search for My Mother’s Lost Childhood and What War Left Behind (Atria). 

A Q&A with Novelist Ava Reid

The Wolf and the Woodsman is a book about identity crisis, on both a micro and macro scale.