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 @juanbuis: can someone explain why japanese game show 'slippery stairs' hasn't made its way to our part of the world yet https://t.co/cd…
by @MonicaHesse - 4 hours ago
@nfltexanchick Yeah, I never ever said all men were monsters.
by @MonicaHesse - 6 hours ago
@nfltexanchick Do the men who are bad wear signs saying, "I am a bad man"? Because I--and most women--have wonderfu… https://t.co/wGUVSDdOsP
by @MonicaHesse - 7 hours ago
Cool, here are 16 women who were murdered by men after they rejected the men's advances: https://t.co/oEhVG9q28M https://t.co/JdUmOKYFfD
by @MonicaHesse - 8 hours ago
@Michael2014abc Explain, please?
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