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  • Q & A with Alexandra Bracken

    With a movie based on her YA novel, 'The Darkest Minds,' slated for release in theaters on August 3, and a new addition to the dystopian series publishing later this month, author Alexandra Bracken spoke with PW about her experiences expanding the series.

  • Imaginary History: PW Talks With George R.R. Martin

    While George R.R. Martin is best known for fantasy, his work has influenced all corners of the genre fiction world. PW spoke with him at this year's ThrillerFest, where he was the keynote speaker, about his new book and more.

  • Believing Unusual Things: PW Talks with Gene Doucette

    In 'The Spaceship Next Door' (HMH/Adams, Sept.), a teen girl guides a reporter’s investigation of a spaceship that crashed in her town and has lain dormant for three years.

  • In Search of Family: PW Talks with Edwin Hill

    Hill’s debut, 'Little Comfort' (Kensington, Sept.), introduces Hester Thursby, a Harvard librarian who finds lost people on the side.

  • A Century of Screams: PW Talks with W. Scott Poole

    In ‘Wasteland,’ Poole examines the influence of World War I on the books of H.P. Lovecraft, the films of David Cronenberg, and more.

  • The Wolf at the Door: PW Talks with Jeff Nesbit

    In 'This Is the Way the World Ends' (St. Martin’s/Dunne, Sept.), a former White House staffer discusses how to battle climate change.

  • Breaking the Cycle of Poverty: PW Talks with Sarah Smarsh

    Smarsh writes about growing up in a family of working-class farmers in Kansas during the 1980s and ’90s in 'Heartland' (Scribner, Sept.).

  • Mile-High Conversations: PW Talks with Parker Posey

    Actress Parker Posey tells about her childhood and her path to becoming an indie film star in 'You’re on an Airplane' (Blue Rider, July 24).

  • Between Perception and Truth: PW Talks with Stephen Giles

    In Giles’s 'The Boy at the Keyhole' (Hanover Square, Sept.), a psychological thriller, a vulnerable child faces off against an imposing housekeeper in a decaying mansion.

  • A Pirate’s Odyssey: PW Talks with Steve Goble

    In 'The Devil’s Wind' (Seventh Street, Sept.), Goble melds genres with his 18th-century pirate-turned-detective hero, Spider John.

  • Q & A with Betty G. Birney

    Betty G. Birney spoke with PW about the genesis of her original series and its new offshoot, 'Life According to Og the Frog.'

  • Jurassic Intrigue: PW Talks with Paige Williams

    In 'The Dinosaur Artist: Obsession, Betrayal, and the Quest for Earth’s Ultimate Trophy' (Hachette, Sept.), 'New Yorker' writer Williams illuminates the world of commercial fossil hunters.

  • This Just In: PW Talks with Anthony Salvanto

    In 'Where Did You Get This Number?' (Simon & Schuster, Aug.), Salvanto, the director of elections and surveys for CBS News, walks readers through the polling process.

  • Ishmael Wasn’t Alone: PW Talks with Jeffrey Ford

    In 'Ahab’s Return' (Morrow, Aug.), Ford imagines that Herman Melville’s whaling captain survived the sinking of the Pequod.

  • Identity Crisis: PW Talks with Kwame Anthony Appiah

    In 'The Lies That Bind' (Norton, Aug.), the New York University philosophy professor analyzes how the politics of group identity can lead people astray.

  • Eating the Israeli Way: PW Talks with Michael Solomonov

    Chef and restaurateur Solomonov’s third cookbook, 'Israeli Soul: Easy, Essential, Delicious' (HMH/Martin, Oct.), makes Israel’s melting-pot cuisine accessible to home cooks.

  • Anchors in the Past: PW Talks with Lisa Jackson

    In the romantic thriller 'Liar, Liar' (Kensington, July), a woman investigates the death of someone who resembles her long-missing mother.

  • Close to Home: PW Talks with Louise Candlish

    In Candlish’s domestic thriller 'Our House' (Berkley, Aug.), Fi Lawson returns to her family’s South London townhouse one day to discover that her estranged husband has stolen it out from under her.

  • Back to the Land: PW Talks with Nate Powell

    Powell, the artist on Rep. John Lewis’s bestselling March trilogy, explores a 1970s commune in his magical solo graphic novel 'Come Again' (Top Shelf, July).

  • Dershowitz Discusses 'The Case Against Impeaching Trump'

    On July 10, Skyhorse Press will rush out 'The Case Against Impeaching Trump' by Alan Dershowitz, for which the publisher has set an 80,000-copy first printing. PW caught up with Dershowitz for a brief Q&A about his newest book.

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