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The Tumbling Turner Sisters: A Novel

…hiss and boo. Rhoda Trooboff, a longtime literature and writing teacher at National Cathedral School in Washington, DC, is author of the novel Correspondence Course: The Bathsua Project (2014) and a publisher of children’s books at Tenley Circle Press, Ltd. Like what we do? Click here to support the nonprofit…

5 Most Popular Posts: April 2015

…glad you enjoyed Rhoda Trooboff’s review so much. We are. It’s just that it first ran four years ago. Keep up, people. Keep up. A review of Raising Kids Who Read: What Parents and Teachers Can Do by Daniel T. Willingham. Natalie Wexler’s terrific review clearly resonated with anyone interested…

The Illuminations

…any one of which might say something significant.” Rhoda Trooboff, a longtime literature and writing teacher at National Cathedral School in Washington, DC, is the author of the novel Correspondence Course: The Bathsua Project and a publisher of children’s books at Tenley Circle Press, Ltd.

5 Most Popular December Posts

…An Interview with Rhoda Trooboff. This Q&A with the DC-based publisher and writer, by Harriet Dwinell, was clicked on and shared more than any other December interview. A review of Yes Please by Amy Poehler. In her engaging critique, Tayla Burney warns readers not to expect many laugh-out-loud moments in…

An Interview with Rhoda Trooboff

…death, well describes Rhoda Trooboff’s complex debut novel. Correspondence Course, The Bathsua Project follows a “magical year” that takes Dee Young, a retired English teacher, from paralyzing grief at the death of her husband, Dan, to acceptance of the past and hope for the future. Dee does not undertake this…

My Life in Middlemarch

…for grownups, arguably the greatest English novel ever. Rhoda Trooboff,a longtime literature and writing teacher at National Cathedral School in Washington, D.C., is a publisher of children’s books at Tenley Circle Press, Ltd.

The 5 Most Popular Posts of October

…5) Review of Burial Rites by Hannah Kent: Rhoda Trooboff reviews this historical novel about the last woman executed in Iceland. I haven’t read the book myself, but I bet they executed her because no one could spell the protagonist’s name (or figure out where to put those accent marks).

Burial Rites

…again the writer Runs howling to his art. Rhoda Trooboff, a longtime literature and writing teacher at National Cathedral School in Washington, D.C., is a publisher of children’s books at Tenley Circle Press, Ltd.

Twelve Rooms of the Nile

Reviewed by Rhoda Trooboff“Fiction and nonfiction share a border,” says writing guru Roy Peter Clark. “The name of that border is storytelling.” In a novel by Enid Shomer and a work of nonfiction by Anthony Sattin, we have two books that tell nearly the same story about Gustave Flaubert and…

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…this reader certainly looks forward to Binet’s reportage. Rhoda Trooboff, a longtime literature and writing teacher at National Cathedral School in Washington, D.C., is a publisher of children’s books at Tenley Circle Press Ltd.

The Dovekeepers: A Novel

…on the fraught topics of war, sex, and religion.Rhoda Trooboff, a longtime literature and writing teacher at National Cathedral School in Washington, D.C., is a publisher of children’s books at Tenley Circle Press, Ltd.

Say Her Name : A Novel

…would they see it?” This reader’s resounding answer: Yes.Rhoda Trooboff, a longtime literature and writing teacher at National Cathedral School in Washington, D.C., is a publisher of children’s books at Tenley Circle Press, Ltd.