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Authors (and spouses) Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer talk about problems with colons, misused quotation marks, and how grammar brought them together.
Paula Brackston, author of "The Little Shop of Found Things," discusses her favorite and least favorite words, and how writing historical fiction means finding a balance between old-time speech patterns and modern language styles.
Daniel Schönpflug, author of A World on Edge, discusses the post-WWI era and how it was filled with possibility.
Author of "Everlasting Nora," Marie Miranda Cruz talks about how "felicity" sounds like happiness and shares a quote that reminds her that humanity isn't doomed.
K Arsenault Rivera, author of "The Phoenix Empress," talks about her love for the word "languor" and the need for more words about, well, love.