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 @richardmarx: I misspoke. I meant to say I “wouldn’t” be right here waiting for you.
by @MonicaHesse - 9 hours ago
In households where wives out-earn their husbands, both the men and the women lie about their salaries. Women claim… https://t.co/aH70rrsUb6
by @MonicaHesse - 16 hours ago
@exrpan I'm in the middle of a manuscript, which is essentially a 38,000 word extended outline in which I've paused… https://t.co/aG6cLdV4L3
Quick, news outlets! Engage your Montenegro bureau chiefs, stat! --> “You know, Montenegro is a tiny country with v… https://t.co/HwxgYenzUS
by @MonicaHesse - 17 hours ago
RT @MrDanZak: "How do you address beliefs when they’re not rooted in reality? How do you tell someone, I’m trying to treat your fears serio…