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  • Brave New World: PW Talks with Christopher Galt

    Christopher Galt (the pseudonym of Craig Russell) examines the consequences—both positive and negative—of technological advances in his near-future thriller "Biblical."

  • Q & A with Jandy Nelson

    Jandy Nelson's 'I'll Give You the Sun' is a tale of tragic misunderstandings, betrayal, love, and loss, told from the alternating perspectives of teenage twins Noah and Jude.

  • Four Questions for...Hugh Howey

    PW spoke to 'Wool' author Hugh Howey, who has been an outspoken advocate for Amazon, about the ongoing stalemate between the e-tailer and Hachette.

  • The Novel as Core Sample: Installation Art and the Novel

    Martha Baillie’s "The Search for Heinrich Schlögel" tells the story of an archivist piecing together the life of a man who mysteriously went missing for two weeks in the Arctic, only to find that 30 years had passed when he returned.

  • Life’s Random Bad Luck: PW Talks with Alex Marwood

    In British author Alex Marwood’s "The Killer Next Door," body parts start surfacing in a seedy London boarding house.

  • Q & A with Kelly Barnhill

    In Kelly Barnhill's "The Witch's Boy," magic links the fates of Ned, who lives under the burden of being the "wrong boy" rescued while his twin brother drowned, and Áine, the daughter of a bandit king.

  • Out with the S’more Vodka, In with the Genever: PW Talks with David and Lesley Jacobs Solmonson

    David and Lesley Jacobs Solmonson, co-authors of 'The 12 Bottle Bar,' explain why home bartenders don't need to stock $60 bottles of obscure, unpronounceable liqueurs to make drinks worthy of the golden age of cocktails.

  • Edward E. Baptist: On Slavery and Management

    Cornell University historian Baptist’s "The Half Has Never Been Told: Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism" is an unapologetic, damning, and grisly account of slavery’s foundational place in the emergence of America as a global superpower.

  • Four Questions for ... Nicole Winstanley

    PW talks with Penguin Canada president and publisher Nicole Winstanley about publishing filmmaker David Cronenberg's debut novel.

  • Days that Will Live in Infamy: PW Talks with James Ellroy

    In "Perfidia," James Ellroy launches his new L.A. quartet, which is set on the eve of Pearl Harbor.

  • Food Additives: Blame Hitler - PW Talks with Stephan Eirik Clark

    Clark’s debut novel, "Sweetness #9," serves up tasty tidbits and hard-to-swallow truths about the food we eat, as it traces the development of Sweetener #9 from Hitler’s bunker into every facet of the American diet.

  • Q & A with Anthony Browne

    In his latest book, "What If…?," Anthony Browne probes childhood experiences with remarkable nuance and complexity.

  • ‘Reckless Optimism’: PW Talks with Hannah Hart

    Hannah Hart talks to PW about adapting her hit YouTube series, "My Drunk Kitchen," into a cookbook (of sorts), as well as the oddness of internet fame and what she cooks like in real life.

  • Noir Behind Bars: PW Talks with Joyce Carol Oates

    Oates has gathered 15 stories written by inmates of correctional institutes across America for the anthology "Prison Noir."

  • Yannick Murphy Talks with Yannick Murphy

    Murphy’s newest novel is the obscenely suspenseful "This Is the Water," about a killer stalking a high school girls’ swimming team. Murphy caught up with herself at her home in Vermont.

  • An Indiana Jones for the 21st Century: PW Talks with Ben Mezrich

    In nonfiction author Mezrich’s debut thriller, "Seven Wonders," anthropologist Jack Grady explores the Wonders of the World.

  • When Race Breaks Out: PW Talks with Jess Row

    Row’s first novel, "Your Face in Mine," is about a white man who becomes black via “racial reassignment surgery.”

  • Q & A with Miranda Kenneally

    Miranda Kenneally's "Breathe, Annie, Breathe," Annie Winters, a newly graduated senior whose boyfriend has recently died decides to train a marathon in his honor despite a deep-seated aversion to running.

  • Four Questions for...Emily Gould's Editor, Miranda Popkey

    Emily Gould seems to inspire a reaction whatever she does... or writes. With her first novel, "Friendship," just out from Farrar, Straus and Giroux, PW talked to Gould's editor, Miranda Popkey, about reputations, Internet haters, and the female ties that bind.

  • Q & A with Emily Arnold McCully

    Emily Arnold McCully talks about writing her first YA biography, "Ida M. Tarbell: The Woman Who Challenged Big Business – And Won!," and why Tarbell's groundbreaking journalism remains relevant today.

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