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Kubika

A Conversation Between BA Paris and Mary Kubica

One of the fun things about this job is getting to spend time around authors. What always strikes me is that--no matter how much you've built them up in your head--they remain human beings. They walk, they talk, and they discuss writing with each other. We thought it would be...

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Robson

"Sink Into the Past": A Q&A with Pam Jenoff and Jennifer Robson About "Goodnight from London"

A budding journalist gets more than she bargained for when she takes a job in London on the eve of the Blitz...

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Essex

Challenging Misconceptions About Victorian Women: A Q&A With Jessica Shattuck & Sarah Perry About "The Essex Serpent"

Feeble, fainting, fragile women trapped in gilded cages? Think again...

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A Survivalist's Literary Survival List

Writer/adventurer Brendan Leonard (The Great Outdoors: A User's Guide) provides an illustrated Cocktail Party Primer for some of the greatest adventure narratives, both fiction and nonfiction.

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Shakespeare

Shakespeare: Man, Myth, or Legend?

M.L. Rio, the author of the enthralling debut mystery, If We Were Villains, talks about "Uncle Bill"...

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Missing Links: Claire Cameron on Researching "The Last Neanderthal"

Claire Cameron's novels specialize in imaginative leaps in order to make them real, but how did she get inside the head of one of our extinct human ancestors?

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Julie Ann Walker I'm a Feminist

Julie Ann Walker: "I'm a Feminist and I Write Romance"

New York Times bestselling author Julie Ann Walker tells doubters why writing or reading romance is not anti-feminist.

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Get Ready for Dystopian Nonfiction

It sounds a little like something you'd hear about on the Home Shopping Network, or maybe a 30-minute infomercial on your local cable sports network in that dead zone between football and baseball seasons: "CRISPR: An easy and cost-effective way to manipulate... your genes"? But it's not science fiction, or...

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Atwood

Margaret Atwood, author of "The Handmaid's Tale," Talks about her Favorite "Beets"

The speculative fiction maven reveals some of the dystopian lit she's enjoyed most...

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Poetry-Chelsea Dingman

Poetry: "Letter from the Gulf Coast" by Chelsea Dingman

Chelsea Dingman's brilliant poem sets the stage for National Poetry Month.

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