Amie Klempnauer Miller goes to the source for answers to questions about what it's like being raised by two moms, in this exclusive interview with her seven-year-old daughter.
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For many trying to build a life after prison, one box on an employment application can mean the difference between legitimate employment and returning to a life of crime.
A look at recent media for Beacon books and authors.
The author of Holy Hullabaloos: A Road Trip to the Battlegrounds of the Church/State Wars has an offer Christine O'Donnell can't refuse.
Michael Lanza shares thoughts and photos from his recent trip to Mt. Rainier, including his observations of the effects of climate change on the ecology of the area.
Linda Nathan explains the differences between charter and pilot schools, and speaks up in defense of the "villains" of the new film Waiting for Superman.
The author of Love in a Headscarf discusses the universality of consumer culture and the historical importance of trade in the Muslim world.
With the media's attention on Snyder v. Phelps, Sherrilyn Ifill looks at a Supreme Court case with broader-reaching implications.
A look at modern marriage with an age-old twist.
A look at Beacon authors in the media.
Geoffrey Canada, author of Fist Stick Knife Gun, is featured in the new, critically-acclaimed documentary Waiting for Superman.
Is football too dangerous for kids?
Out now: Swan: Poems and Prose Poems, the twentieth volume from Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award winner Mary Oliver. Read the title poem on the Beacon Press website.
Out now: a new edition of Eboo Patel's acclaimed memoir with a new afterword by the author.