Career Highlights, Fast Facts, Downloadable Photos, and Publicity Contacts are all in Eloisa’s Media Kit.
Eloisa chats about the shy heroine of Say Yes to the Duke, "wilde" puns, and life in quarantine.
Eloisa discusses Shakespeare's life and a great work he likely created while in quarantine from the bubonic plague: King Lear.
Eloisa shares how she met her husband, Alessandro Vettori ’95PhD, at Yale (He’s an Italian knight. For real) and why she started writing romance novels.
To be, or not to be—for Eloisa James, the real question is, why not be both? With degrees from Harvard, Yale, and Oxford, she finds time to write bestselling historical romance novels while teaching Shakespeare at Fordham University.
How a sensitivity reader helped romance novelist Eloisa James become more aware of her own blind spots, and made her determined to own her mistakes and grow.
Los Angeles Review of Books
A fascinating history of romance, and Eloisa appears—but as a scholar, not a writer!
The Mary Sue
The New York Times Book Review
The New York Times Book Review has reviewed Too Wilde to Wed!
Entertainment Weekly has reviewed Wilde in Love in their October Hot Stuff article saying that "Wilde in Love delivers heavy doses of charm..."