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  • Everyone Was a Survivor: PW Talks with Terry Roberts

    Roberts sets "That Bright Land" against the tense backdrop of the post–Civil War South.

  • Q & A with N.D. Wilson

    This week, N.D. Wilson launches a new series, Outlaws of Time, a middle grade time-travel adventure set in the American West.

  • Q & A with Frances Hardinge

    Earlier this year when Frances Hardinge learned that her novel, 'The Lie Tree,' had won the Costa Award for the best children's book published in the U.K. in 2015, she was overjoyed.

  • Charming Enigma: PW Talks with Joanna Ebenstein

    Ebenstein, cofounder of Brooklyn's Morbid Anatomy Museum, explores the allure of a female wax figure created in 18th-century Florence in 'The Anatomical Venus.'

  • A New Take on the Old West: PW Talks with J. Todd Scott

    DEA agent Scott's first novel, 'The Far Empty,' blends the classic western with a modern noir sensibility.

  • After 140 Books, Susan Mallery Has No Regrets

    The prolific novelist on why she has the world's best job, and why Tom Clancy couldn't do what she does.

  • Q & A with Deborah Hopkinson

    Deborah Hopkinson's third novel, 'A Bandit's Tale,' is a picaresque novel narrated by Rocco Zacarro, an Italian boy sold into slavery in 19th-century New York City.

  • Four Questions for...Marcia Clark

    Thanks to the just-wrapped FX miniseries 'American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson,' Marcia Clark has been reliving the "trial of the century." She talked to us about seeing herself portrayed on TV and her new novel publishing next month.

  • Q & A with Monica Hesse

    'Girl in the Blue Coat,' Monica Hesse's debut novel, is the story of a teenager in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam who keeps her parents and herself fed by selling black market goods.

  • Ambiguous Wisdom: PW Talks with Krista Tippett

    In 'Becoming Wise,' Krista Tippett, host of the nationally syndicated radio program and podcast 'On Being,' traces her path toward wisdom through her years of interviews with a diverse array of spiritual seekers.

  • A Double Disappearing Act: PW Talks with Megan Miranda

    The disappearance of two girls ten years apart in a North Carolina town is at the heart of YA author Miranda's first adult novel, 'All the Missing Girls.'

  • Beverly Cleary, on Turning 100

    Newbery and National Book Award–winning author Beverly Cleary, who was named a Living Legend in 2000 by the Library of Congress, turned 100 on April 12.

  • Q & A with Jesse Andrews

    In Jesse Andrews's new novel, 'The Haters,' a trio of teen jazz musicians, burdened with more ambition than talent, take to the road in a comic adventure.

  • The Journalist-Politician Codependence Machine: PW Talks with Julia Navarro

    Bestselling Spanish novelist Julia Navarro discusses her latest novel, "Historia de un canalla."

  • Cult Favorite: PW Talks with Emma Cline

    Cline's debut novel, 'The Girls,' reimagines a Manson-like cult from the perspective of a self-conscious adolescent girl.

  • Monstrous Transformations: PW Talks with Megan Abbott

    In 'You Will Know Me,' Abbott, the Edgar Award-winning author of seven previous novels, focuses on the hypercompetitive world of gymnastics.

  • Family Tradition: PW Talks With Daniel Palmer

    In "Mercy," Palmer continues the family tradition of medical thrillers, begun by this late father, Michael.

  • Four Questions for… Peter Brown

    With 10 picture books under his belt, Caldecott Honor artist Peter Brown has now tried his hand at a middle-grade novel, 'The Wild Robot.'

  • Q & A with Ally Condie

    After years of successfully writing dystopian YA, Ally Condie has now tried her hand at middle grade with 'Summerlost,' the story of a girl named Cedar who, after the deaths of her father and brother, must adjust to a new home in a small Utah town.

  • The Socioeconomics of Junk: PW Talks with Alison Stewart

    Journalist Stewart investigates why Americans have so much stuff—and what we can do about it.

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