Author Interviews
Klam siblings

Matt Klam and Julie Klam Interview Each Other

What if your sibling had a hit book out at the same time you did?

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Prop

It Takes Two: The Property Brothers Discuss their Upcoming Memoir

Like most overnight successes, they're actually a long time in the making. We caught up with the best-selling Property Brothers to find out what we can expect to read in their new memoir.

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Judith Newman: What Siri Taught My Son

“For people with communication impairments like my son, technology can open up the world.”

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Adebayo

Capturing Light Amidst the Darkness: Ayobami Adebayo on "Stay with Me"

The author of one of the most talked about debuts of the summer, and a Best of the Month pick for August, answers our questions...

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Suzanne Brockmann

Suzanne Brockmann: "Romance readers are actively looking for different"

Suzanne Brockmann has just published her nineteenth Navy SEALs Troubleshooters novel, and she's still finding stories that she burns to tell--and is still connecting with readers seeking romances that are a bit different.

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Cree LeFavour

Burning Girl

Cree LeFavour explores her relationship with the psychiatrist who saved her in Lights On, Rats Out.

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A Fantastical Tour with Natasha Pulley among "The Bedlam Stacks"

It's the rare author who can mix history and the fantastical into a mesmerizing read. We talk with Natasha Pulley about her newest novel, "The Bedlam Stacks," and why she returns again and again to Victorian times.

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Startup Culture, Dating, and Artificial Intelligence in Rob Reid's "After On"

Rhapsody founder Rob Reid's latest novel whips together a social network that gains awareness with the hot-and-happening startup culture of Silicon Valley. We speak with Reid about writing fiction, Amazon reviews, and whether AIs will someday attain consciousness.

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Cory Doctorow

Cory Doctorow: “There is violent revolution, but there is walking away”

In his latest novel, Walkaway, Cory Doctorow scrutinizes capitalism, suspended animation, scarcity thinking…as well as rail guns and zeppelins and revolution. Read our interview with him.

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Callie Bates on Nature, Magic, and "The Waking Land"

We talk with debut fantasy novelist Callie Bates about her new trilogy-starter, hacking her writing habits, and the bracing honesty of an editorial critique.

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