Mark Braude is writing a book about Monte Carlo in the 1920s, forthcoming from Simon & Schuster. He holds a Ph.D. in History from the University of Southern California and has been a columnist for The Globe and Mail. He is a regular contributor to The Daily Beast.

Don’t Look Back

The publication of ‘Ulysses’ and ‘The Waste Land’ in 1922 exploded traditional conventions, but how did it happen? By Mark Braude.

High Society

Elsa Maxwell was famous for being famous, a party planner who knew whom to invite. Mark Braude on a new biography of her.