Monica Hesse is the author of YA sci-fi novels Stray and Burn, about a virtual-reality experiment designed to create perfect childhoods and the historical YA novel, The Girl in the Blue Coat. She is also a feature writer for the Washington Post, where she has covered royal weddings, dog shows, political campaigns, Academy Awards ceremonies, White House state dinners and some events that felt like a mixture of all the above. She has talked about these stories, and other things, on NBC, CNN, FOX and other TV channels. She hosts a weekly Washington Post chat, Web Hostess, about the culture of the Internet, and lives in Washington, D.C. with her husband and their dog.
RT @IjeomaOluo: I love the fact that the white characters in The Black Panther only exist as plot devices to further the stories of more co…
by @MonicaHesse - 22 hours ago
Black Panther is an amazing movie for women. They're scientists. They're generals. They're spies. They're chiefs. S… https://t.co/N0ZZNbXba1
by @MonicaHesse - yesterday
RT @WhipHoyer: I guess that counts as checkmate. https://t.co/FUq9g24ewV
@susanorlean A toast to all book widows and widowers.
@ryanbeckwith Are you at Regal Hyattsville? Heading there tonight!