The Popular Romance Project
By Karen Dunak
Posted on December 27, 2012
The Graduate captured the anxieties and possibilities of a changing sexual culture.
Topics: Romance Scholarship
With Eric Selinger
Posted on December 20, 2012
We might not recognize love in another time and place says scholar Eric Selinger.
With Suzanne Brockmann
Posted on December 18, 2012
Suzanne Brockmann tells the Popular Romance Project how she chose to write about SEALs.
Topics: Writing Romance
Posted on December 13, 2012
Is love the same around the globe? Scholar Eric Selinger say no – it has fascinating variations.
Topics: Beyond the Novel | Romance Scholarship
By Jackie Horne
Posted on December 6, 2012
Popular romance scholars may now be ‘splitters’ instead of ‘lumpers,’ says Jackie C. Horne of Romance Novels for Feminists.
By Sabrina Jeffries
Posted on December 4, 2012
Historical authors are sometimes caught between historical accuracy and meeting reader expectations. How do they compromise?
By Kristin Lehner
Posted on November 30, 2012
What romance novels from the past have you read? The Victorian Women Writers Project makes available many sentimental works.
By Ann Herendeen
Posted on November 29, 2012
Would the actual Regency allow the polyamorous and queer happy endings she imagines? asks author Ann Herendeen.
Topics: Beyond the Novel
By K.A. Mitchell
Posted on November 27, 2012
What does the public expect a romance writer to look like? K.A. Mitchell isn’t sure, but she’s not it.
By Isobel Carr
Posted on November 20, 2012
Author Isobel Carr recommends resources for writing Regency romance.
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