The author of The Book talks about her latest novel and its inspiration, her protagonist Bonnie, the other characters, the video she’s created to support the book, the song behind the book, and more.
The author of The house on Hope Street talks about her new novel, why her characters were allotted ninety-nine days to heal, about her characters, about magical realism and why she’s drawn to it, her setting, on “translating” the novel from English to American, her favourite writing quotes, and lots more.
The author of Call Me Tuesday talks about her book, why she wrote it, the difficulties she had, the importance of promotion, book sales, her new projects, advice for other writers, and more.
The author of Seduction of the Innocent talks about his novel, his relationship with comics, the possibilities of the comic medium, his thoughts on the 100 Bullets series, his first exposure to comics, and lots more.
The author of Radiance talks about his novel, its premise, themes, inspiration, influences, how his writing career and career of a psychotherapist conflict and align, surprises, challenges, language, characters, on teaching poetry, and lots more.
The author of Constance Harding’s (Rather) Startling Year talks about her new book, about the blog that gave rise to it, about the relationship between journalism and fiction, between fact and fiction, about future plans, and more.
The author of Angelopolis talks about her new book, her favourite characters in the book, her writing schedule, her dream book club, her hobbies, her research, her relationship to Russia and Eastern Europe, her ideal reader, and lots more. Which of…
Amy is a longtime teacher, author, journalist, and editor, with writings ranging from fairy tales to bittersweet memoir. She shares her thoughts on shame, the power of fear and truth, and the transformative freedom of “speaking one’s truths aloud.”
The author of Media Magnetism provides us with an excerpt, talks about her new book and how it came together, about ‘buzz’ and how to get it, the pitfalls of social media, the value of a PR person, her two dozen experts, her new projects and lots more.
The author of Rage is Back talks about his new book, his connections with the graffiti artist community and its enduring appeal, the surprise appeal of children’s book parody Go the F**k to Sleep, the sway and transformation of NYC, and lots more.