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  • Both Sides Completely: PW Talks with Amy Gustine

    In her debut collection, "You Should Pity Us Instead," Gustine brings us into the homes and hearts of many different kinds of families, as the members struggle to take care of one another.

  • Q & A with Jennifer Donnelly

    Jennifer Donnelly returns to "one of [her] favorite periods of history" with her latest YA novel, 'These Shallow Graves.'

  • Cops and Canines: PW Talks with Robert Crais

    LAPD K-9 Officer Scott James and German shepherd Maggie, the stars of Crais’s "The Suspect," join Elvis Cole and Joe Pike, the author’s series leads, in "The Promise."

  • Four Questions for ... Bonnie Jo Campbell

    Bonnie Jo Campbell answers questions from PW about her latest collection of short fiction, which explores the close bonds between mothers and their daughters in even the most dysfunctional families.

  • Philip and Erin Stead Interview Each Other

    The husband-and-wife team behind the Caldecott winner 'A Sick Day for Amos McGee' discuss their new collaboration, how they settle disputes, and how they get along despite spending an average of 23.5 hours a day together.'

  • Q & A with Leigh Bardugo

    Brookline Booksmith bookseller Amy Brabenec met up with author Leigh Bardugo at last Saturday's Boston Teen Author Festival, which coincided with the release of the author's latest novel, 'Six of Crows.'

  • Midwives, Murder, and Mustangs: PW Talks with Victoria Thompson

    Victoria Thompson abandoned the main characters of her long-running Gaslight series for her latest mystery, 'Murder on St. Nicholas Avenue'

  • Q & A with Kate Hosford

    Kate Hosford's newest picture book, 'Feeding the Flying Fanellis,' is a collection of poems narrated by a circus chef.

  • Pennypacker Supports New Novel at Fall Regionals

    Sara Pennypacker's forthcoming novel, 'Pax,' features a relationship between a boy and a fox during wartime. The author talked with PW about her new book and the themes that motivate her.

  • Four Questions for...Rubin Pingk

    Pingk's "uneventful environment" growing up has certainly helped the creator's madcap imagination, on full display in 'Samurai Santa,' in which a young ninja and his crew engage a familiar-looking samurai in a snowball fight.

  • The Truth Is Out There: PW Talks with Rob Brotherton

    In "Suspicious Minds: Why We Believe Conspiracy Theories," Brotherton investigates conspiracy theories, explaining how they work, how they gain traction, and why we find them so appealing.

  • Hero, Soldier, Minimalist, Mute: PW Talks with Cass Sunstein

    Law professor Cass Sunstein, the author of “Blink,” explores the four distinct personality types of U.S. Supreme Court justices in “Constitutional Personae.”

  • The Importance of Place: PW Talks with Jim Kelly

    In Kelly’s sixth mystery featuring Det. Insp. Peter Shaw, "Death on Demand," Shaw must solve the baffling murder of a centenarian.

  • Innocents Convicted of Impossible Crimes: PW Talks with Stacy Schiff

    Schiff’s new nonfiction book, "The Witches: Salem, 1692" (Little, Brown), revisits the 17th-century trials that traumatized colonial Massachusetts, which she says have been “our national nightmare” ever since.

  • Q & A with Erin Bow

    In 'The Scorpion Rules,' Erin Bow envisions a world four centuries from now, in which civilization has fractured into many smaller territories, where peace is maintained by Talis, a ruthless AI.

  • Avoiding the Military Police: PW Talks with Martin Limón

    U.S. Army investigators George Sueño and Ernie Bascom investigate another murder in 1950s South Korea in Limón’s "The Ville Rat."

  • Four Questions for...Judd Winick

    Known as a cast member on 'The Real World' in 1994, Judd Winick has also had a storied career in comics and television. Releasing on September 1 is the inaugural volume in a new children's graphic novel series, Hilo.

  • Four Questions for...April Genevieve Tucholke

    The YA author has curated a selection of horror stories entitled Slasher Girls and Monster Boys, which is being released this week.

  • Seeking Justice in 1973 Texas: PW Talks with Lisa Sandlin

    In Sandlin’s first novel, "The Do-Right," Delpha Wade, newly released from Gatesville Women’s Prison after serving 14 years for manslaughter, goes to work for Tom Phelan, who has just opened a detective agency in Beaumont, Tex.

  • Q & A with Erin Bowman

    Erin Bowman had always dreamed of writing her own western novel, but it wasn't until her husband regaled her with the legend of the Lost Dutchman mine in the aptly named Superstition Mountains that she found the spark for 'Vengeance Road.'

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