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  • Dream Weaver: PW Talks with Hester Young

    In Young’s debut, "The Gates of Evangeline," disturbing dreams plunge a single mother (whose four-year-old son has recently died) into the Louisiana bayou—and the unsolved disappearance of another boy decades earlier.

  • Four Questions for...Antoinette Portis

    Antoinette Portis's 'Wait,' is an affectionate look at a mother who's in a hurry and a toddler who says "Wait!"

  • Diplomacy Instead of War: PW Talks with Todd Moss

    Moss’s second thriller starring U.S. diplomat Judd Ryker, "Minute Zero," focuses on unrest in Zimbabwe.

  • Four Questions for...Jacqueline Kelly

    It’s been six years since Jacqueline Kelly's first novel, 'The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate,' burst on the scene, but now to the relief of her many fans, Calpurnia reappears in a sequel.

  • Four Questions for...Shaun Usher

    The British author's 2014 blog-turned-book, 'Letters of Note,' has now evolved into a new book, this month's 'Lists of Note,' as well as a theatrical project that has drawn stars ranging from Benedict Cumberbatch to Gillian Anderson.

  • If Nothing Ever Ends: PW Talks with Christopher Farnsworth

    Sixteenth-century Spanish conquistadors discover the fountain of youth in Farnsworth’s thriller "The Eternal World."

  • Four Questions for...Lori Nelson Spielman

    Michigan author Lori Nelson Spielman, whose debut novel 'The Life List' (Bantam, 2013) was published in 30 countries and optioned by Fox 2000, has just finished a two-week European tour for her latest, 'Sweet Forgiveness' (Plume).

  • Four Questions for...Anita Silvey

    Anita Silvey’s latest book, Untamed: The Wild Life of Jane Goodall (National Geographic, June), offers an in-depth look at the life and work of the famed scientist and conservation advocate.

  • Choosing the Better Path in the Land of the Rising Sun: PW Talks with Richard Goodfellow

    Max Travers, an American teaching English in Japan, unearths some disturbing secrets about WWII in Goodfellow’s first novel, "Collector of Secrets."

  • Q & A with Kate Beaton

    This summer, 'Hark! A Vagrant' creator Kate Beaton dips her toe into children's publishing with a picture book, 'The Princess and the Pony.'

  • PW Talks with Alexis Hall: Romance 2015

    The author of "For Real" (Riptide) talks about his blazingly hot and emotionally authentic May-December male/male erotic BDSM romance.

  • 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.

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