We're on the road to Salinas Valley, California—the very heart of "Steinbeck Country"—and a book club discussion you won't want to miss!
Hold on to your seats—you'll meet Steinbeck's son, Thom—all grown up and the spitting image of his father. It's a star-studded hour when Fraiser's Kelsey Grammer and Jane Seymour stop by!
Surprises...hoopla...and the BIG announcement—our next book!
Don't get left behind!
- Have you fallen in love with Steinbeck? Read another one of his 34 novels!
- To what extent did Steinbeck embellish or hold back when telling Hamilton family stories?
Photo Credit: Steinbeck Country: Exploring the Settings for the Stories by David A. Laws
A New Side of Cathy
Jane Seymour brought Cathy to life in the television mini-series East of Eden. On Monday, she'll share what the role meant to her—in the meantime, see how Cathy tipped the balance between good and evil in the novel.
Read the article now!
The Valley that Shaped a Man
Although it's true Steinbeck wrote East of Eden for his sons, Steinbeck wanted everyone to feel a personal connection—so he told stories of the towns and people of Salinas Valley—including those of his own family.
Discover the man behind East of Eden.