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  • Q & A with Shannon Hale

    PW spoke with Shannon Hale about the biggest challenges in sharing her own story for her new graphic memoir 'Real Friends.'

  • Q & A with Jenny Han

    Han spoke with PW about writing an unplanned follow-up to 'P.S. I Still Love You,' 'Always and Forever, Lara Jean,' which comes out in May.

  • A History of Southern Food: PW Talks with John T. Edge

    In 'The Potlikker Papers,' food historian John T. Edge traces the evolution of Southern identity through its food culture.

  • Q & A with Mayim Bialik

    PW spoke with Mayim Bialik about her new book for young readers 'Girling Up.'

  • Lost Memories: PW Talks with Rio Youers

    In 'The Forgotten Girls,' Youers's everyman hero, Harvey Anderson, must deal with the theft of his memories by someone he loves.

  • Q & A with Lauren Wolk

    'PW' spoke with Newbery Honor-winning author Lauren Wolk about her forthcoming middle grade novel 'Beyond the Bright Sea.'

  • Q & A with Meg Rosoff

    'PW' spoke with Meg Rosoff about her new book 'Beck' which was started by her good friend Mal Peet before his death in 2015.

  • A Dark Fairy Tale: PW Talks with Karen Dionne

    Dionne's thriller debut, 'The Marsh King's Daughter,' focuses on the child of a kidnapper and his captive.

  • A New Latina Voice: PW Talks with María Paulina Camejo

    Camejo talks about the influence of 'Little Women' on her work, and why she likes writing dialogue for male characters.

  • Four Questions for...'Big Little Lies' Author Liane Moriarty

    As the HBO adaptation of 'Big Little Lies' comes to a close, the novel's author discusses how the show handled the book's theme of bullying, and the joys of working with female producers.

  • Q & A with Deborah Heiligman

    Deborah Heiligman spoke with 'PW' about the difference between writing fiction and nonfiction, how a book idea grabs her, and trying her hand at watercolor painting while working on 'Vincent and Theo'.

  • Ordinary Soldiers in Extraordinary Circumstances: PW Talks with Walt Gragg

    In ‘The Red Line,' Gragg’s debut military thriller, a revived Soviet Union sends armored units into the heart of Germany to face isolated, unprepared U.S. forces.

  • Mothers from the Past: PW Talks with Janet Benton

    In Benton’s debut novel, Lilli de Jong (Doubleday/Talese, May), an unwed mother chooses a life of heartache and thankless labor in order to keep her infant daughter and her own principles in late-19th-century Philadelphia.

  • Murderous Storms: PW Talks with John Farrow

    In Perish the Day (Minotaur, May), Farrow concludes his trilogy of weather-themed mysteries featuring Émile Cinque-Mars.

  • All the Shades of Guilt: PW Talks with Denise Mina

    Real-life murderer Peter Manuel, hanged for his crimes in Scotland in 1958, is a major character in Mina's novel, 'The Long Drop' (Little, Brown, May).

  • Q & A with Laini Taylor

    Laini Taylor spoke with PW about her new book, 'Strange the Dreamer,' the first in a duology.

  • Q & A with Emma Donoghue

    'Room' author Emma Donoghue spoke with PW about her debut novel for younger readers, 'The Lotterys Plus One.'

  • Why Things Taste That Way: PW Talks with Bob Holmes

    In Flavor: The Science of Our Most Neglected Sense (Norton, Apr.), science writer Holmes surveys the interplay of taste, smell, and feel.

  • 'At Least We Gave Them the Railways': PW Talks with Abir Mukherjee

    A British detective in Colonial India must solve a sensitive murder in Abir Mukherjee’s 'A Rising Man' (Pegasus Crime, May).

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