An Interview with Honorée Fanonne Jeffers, 2021 First Novel Prize Finalist for The Love Songs of W.E.B. DuBoisMelanie McNair
Melanie McNair, Senior Director of Public Programming, interviewed Honorée Fanonne Jeffers, author of The Love Songs of W
An Interview with Linda Rui Feng, 2021 First Novel Prize Finalist for Swimming Back to Trout RiverAmanda Braitman
Amanda Braitman, Administrative Assistant, interviewed Linda Rui Feng, author of Swimming Back to Trout River, in celebration...
An Interview with Priyanka Champaneri, 2021 First Novel Prize Finalist for The City of Good DeathCeleste Kaufman
Celeste Kaufman, Manager of Marketing and Communications, interviewed Priyanka Champaneri, author of The City of Good Death...
Motherhood and the Birth of a Book: A Q&A with Courtney Zoffness
In her spirited, lyrical debut essay collection, Spilt Milk, Courtney Zoffness (a 2013 Emerging Writer Fellow at The...
Chris Whitaker on We Begin at the End with Amy Einhorn
Mysterious, heart-wrenching, frequently funny, and ultimately inspiring, Chris Whitaker’s We Begin at the End tells...
Author/Editor: Victoria Gosling on Before the Ruins with Caroline Zancan
A gripping, multilayered debut in the tradition of Tana French and Donna Tartt, Victoria Gosling’s Before the Ruins weaves a suspenseful...
Daniel Menaker, interviewed by Dawn RaffelDawn Raffel
We were deeply saddened to hear of the passing of editor and writer Daniel Menaker. A few years ago, the writer Dawn Raffel sat down with Menaker...
Author/Editor: Charlotte Wood on The Weekend with Sarah McGrath
An international bestseller, shortlisted for the Stella Prize, and longlisted for the Miles Franklin Award, Charlotte Wood’s latest novel...
Lawrence Block on Dead Girl Blues with Jonathan SantloferJonathan Santlofer
Lawrence Block is surely one of the best-known, most successful, and beloved crime writers in the world. Ask any crime writer, (as I was recently)...
A Q&A with Armchair Travel Guide Donna Raskin
While setting is one of the basic elements of a novel, great writers raise that requirement to another level, allowing readers to feel immersed...