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Elias Garfinkel

Elias is a recent graduate of The City College of New York, where he studied Creative Writing and the many aspects of Book Publishing. The best feeling he can remember was when his fourth-grade teacher took note of the type of books he liked to read and went out of her way to suggest his next binge. Now, he wants to be able to give that feeling to others. A fan of the works of Neil Gaiman, Guillermo del Toro, and Hayao Miyazaki, he's always looking for stories that can mix childlike whimsy with borderline horror. 

15 African American History Books Every American Should Read

Meet extraordinary individuals; explore communities; deepen your understanding of America.

14 Nonfiction Books for the Teens in Your Life

Fill up some home-schooling hours and delight the teen in your life.

This Moving Book Deserves a Spot on Every Military Buff's Bookshelf

If You're Reading This... offers a deeply personal look into the last written words of soldiers thinking of home.

6 Illuminating Books About the Reconstruction Era

Explore how the most violent conflict in American history led to a defining period for the country, and its influence on our current era.

The Battle of Aqaba—and T.E. Lawrence—Shaped the Future of the Middle East

Neil Faulkner explores how a historian's insight impacted the development of the Middle East, in Lawrence of Arabia's War.

12 Immersive Biographies to Lose Yourself In

Find your coziest chair, and curl up with one of these incredible biographies to while away an afternoon or two.

15 Father's Day Gifts for Every History-Lovin' Dad

Whether you're treating your father or yourself, these history gifts will please for years to come.