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.
How does he feel about Wakanda, tho? https://t.co/wUCJpG0NGF
by @MonicaHesse - yesterday
@BrendanReichs Don't worry, all the tall people are already sitting next to me, stealing my armrest and flirting with my knees.
by @MonicaHesse - 5 days ago
@HistorySue Man, sometimes I write good sentences that I barely remember.
@BrendanReichs The closest I come to murderous thoughts are toward people who leisurely fill overhead luggage with… https://t.co/L0lqtRDvu6
by @MonicaHesse - 6 days ago
@ElaheIzadi I just rewatched it for the first time in a decade and my 2017 brain waited for her to call him out on mansplaining.
by @MonicaHesse - 7 days ago
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