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  • Spotlight on Ryuho Okawa’s ‘The Laws of Justice’

    Ryuho Okawa’s new book, The Laws of Justice, could not have come at a more appropriate moment.

  • Robert Gottlieb is a Man of a Million Words

    Publishing icon Gottlieb reflects on his life as an editor and writer, and why he wants "He got things done" engraved on his tombstone.

  • How Advertising Ate the World: Tim Wu

    In 'The Attention Merchants,' Tim Wu examines the many ways advertising gets into consumers' minds and sticks there.

  • No, Alan Moore Isn't a Recluse

    'Watchmen' creator Alan Moore talks about 'Jerusalem,' his 600,000-word novel due out in September.

  • The Detective Whose Key to Success is Empathy

    YA author Melina Marchetta makes her adult debut with the thriller 'Tell the Truth, Shame the Devil.'

  • Leaving Nothing on the Table: Jonathan Safran Foer

    Jonathan Safran Foer talks about his first novel in over a decade, "Here I Am," a chronicle of the lives of the Bloch family as an earthquake surges through the Middle East.

  • Not Just a Southern Writer: Ron Rash

    Ron Rash has become established as a representative of Southern Literature, although after more than two decades writing poetry, stories, and novels, he transcends the notion of a southern writer.

  • John le Carré: A Most Wanted Author

    As the master of the British espionage thriller prepares to release his memoir, we take an infographic look at his dossier.

  • Spotlight on Carolyn Arnold

    Carolyn Arnold, the prolific Ontario-based author of mystery novels, writes with a deeply felt commitment to truth and accuracy.

  • Children in Peril: Emma Donoghue

    The 'Room' author discusses her latest novel, 'The Wonder,' about the so-called Fasting Girls of 1850s Ireland.

  • Missing is Better than Dead: Harlan Coben

    Harlan Coben’s "Home" (Dutton, Sept.), his 11th Myron Bolitar novel, exemplifies two of the things that have made the mega-bestselling author stand out from the pack.

  • Gangster Biographer: Deirdre Bair

    The author of lauded books on Samuel Beckett, Simone de Beauvoir and other literary luminaries trains her sights on Al Capone.

  • Spotlight on Cathy Lamb

    Cathy Lamb is no stranger to writing about secrets—the kind that, left buried, can tear lives apart.

  • Partners in Crime (and Life): Nicci French

    The married writing team of Nicci Gerrard and Sean French, who together write mystery novels under the pseudonym Nicci French, have published 20 books in as many years.

  • The Underground Railroad, Literally Underground: Colson Whitehead

    Colson Whitehead's eighth novel, 'The Underground Railroad,' imagines a literal subway that slaves would use to travel north to freedom and is poised to be the big novel of the fall.

  • Melissa Sweet: Illuminating the Life of E.B. White

    Using watercolors, collages, letters, and photos, Sweet portrays a titan of children's literature in 'Some Writer!'

  • Spotlight on Kevin O’Brien

    'You’ll Miss Me When I’m Gone,' the new thriller by New York Times–bestselling author Kevin O’Brien, is a page-turner wrapped around one of today’s pressing issues: school bullying.

  • Banished to Luxury: Amor Towles

    At the center of 'A Gentleman in Moscow,' Amor Towles's latest novel, is a Russian aristocrat held under house arrest at Moscow's luxurious Hotel Metropole after the Bolshevik coup.

  • The Good Fight

    In 'A Road Unseen,' the veteran activist writes about the women fighting fundamentalism in northern Syria.

  • Spotlight on Nancy Bush

    The latest installment in bestselling author Nancy Bush’s Rafferty Family series, The Killing Game, out in July, is more than a suspense novel: it’s a deep dive into the dark—and hauntingly compelling—mind of a killer.

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