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  • Ripple in Time: PW Talks with Guy Saville

    Saville depicts a Nazi-dominated Africa in his second alternative-history thriller, "The Madagaskar Plan."

  • Q & A with Robin Benway

    In second grade, the title characters in Robin Benway's 'Emmy & Oliver' planned to be best friends forever. Then Oliver was kidnapped. Ten years later, he is returned.

  • Four Questions for...Cassie Beasley

    Debut author Cassie Beasley discusses her new novel, 'Circus Mirandus,' old favorites, and her favorite writing partner: her sister.

  • Q & A with Katie McGarry

    In 'Nowhere but Here,' Katie McGarry kicks off the Thunder Road series, which delves into the high-octane world of a motorcycle club.

  • BEA 2015: Julie Checkoway: A Story Never Told

    Julie Checkoway's "Three Year Swim Club: The Untold Story of Maui's Ditch Kids and Their Quest for Olympic Glory" (Grand Central, Nov.) follows the life of Japanese-American grammar school teacher Soichi Sakamoto (1906–1997).

  • A Particle or a Wave—or Both? PW Talks with Ted Kosmatka

    Recreating a classic physics experiment leads to some highly unexpected consequences in Kosmatka’s thriller "The Flicker Men."

  • General Ann Dunwoody: Business Books 2015

  • Four Questions for... Literary Agent and Actor Edward Hibbert

    Hibbert, a partner at Donadio & Olsen Literary Agency and an actor currently appearing on Broadway in the musical 'It Shoulda Been You' talked to PW about balancing his publishing career with his life on stage.

  • A Colorful Shock: PW Talks with Yukito Ayatsuji

    In Ayatsuji’s "The Decagon House Murders," seven mystery writers are trapped on a Japanese island with a fiendishly clever killer.

  • American Death Songs: PW Talks with Jordan Harper

    With his first collection of short stories, "Love and Other Wounds," Missouri-native Jordan Harper kicks the door of crime fiction off its splintered frame.

  • Q & A with Bruce Coville

    Bruce Coville, author of over 100 books for children, releases two new novels in June.

  • Afraid to Panic: PW Talks with Benjamin Johncock

    In his debut novel, "The Last Pilot," Johncock tells the story of Jim Harrison, a test pilot during the early days of the U.S. space program, who suffers a personal loss just as his career is set to take off.

  • PW Talks with Carola Dibbell

    Yes, you can publish your first novel at the age of 70, if it is as good as Carola Dibbell’s "The Only Ones" (Two Dollar Radio, Mar.).

  • Sex in the Sky: PW Talks with Keith McCafferty

    In McCafferty’s fourth Montana mystery, Crazy Mountain Kiss, fly-fisherman and sometime PI Sean Stranaham investigates the murder of a teenage girl.

  • The Talented Mr. Ripley: PW Talks with Mike Ripley

    Margery Allingham’s beloved sleuth, Albert Campion, returns in Ripley’s Mr. Campion’s Fox.

  • From TV Screenwriter to Novelist: PW Talks with M.J. Arlidge

    British TV producer and writer Arlidge’s debut, "Eeny Meeny," launches a new thriller series starring Hampshire Det. Insp. Helen Grace.

  • Q & A with Sarah Darer Littman

    In Sarah Darer Littman's latest YA novel, 'Backlash,' an online crush who isn't what he seems pushes a 15-year-old to the brink of self-destruction, and her former best friend documents her collapse on Facebook.

  • Q & A with Melissa Marr

    Melissa Marr recently created her very first picture book, 'Bunny Roo, I Love You,' for a very special audience: her adopted son Kaden, who was born with neonatal abstinence syndrome.

  • PW Talks with Hybrid Author Jasinda Wilder

    The bestselling indie author chatted to us about self-publishing misconceptions and myths, and why she initially considered the traditional route for "about four seconds."

  • Working for Free: PW Talks with Craig Lambert

    In "Shadow Work," former Harvard magazine deputy editor Craig Lambert takes a fresh look at the problem of work-life balance.

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