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  • The Science of Parenting: PW Talks with Emily Oster

    In ‘Cribsheet,’ her follow up to ‘Expecting Better,’ the economist confronts common parenting wisdom with hard data.

  • Rooted in Houston: PW Talks with Bryan Washington

    Washington’s debut collection, 'Lot' (Riverhead, Feb.), maps the sprawl of Houston and the relationships within it, especially those between young black and brown boys.

  • Duty, Honor, and Friendship: Talks with Claire Gibson

    In her debut novel, 'Beyond the Point' (Morrow, Apr.), Gibson delves into life at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, and three young women who stand at the precipice of great change.

  • Complicated Magic: PW Talks with Morgan Parker

    Parker is the author of three books of poetry, most recently 2017’s 'There Are More Beautiful Things Than Beyoncé.' Her forthcoming collection, 'Magical Negro,' is due from Tin House in February.

  • Pillow Plotting: PW Talks with Marc Cameron

    Cameron, a contributor to Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan franchise, launches a thriller series set in Alaska with 'Open Carry' (Kensington, Mar.), featuring Deputy U.S. Marshal Arliss Cutter.

  • A Yell and a Song: PW Talks with T Fleischmann

    In 'Time Is the Thing a Body Moves Through' (Coffee House, June), Fleischmann, a former PW contributor, explores art, gender, and power.

  • Q & A with Henry Lien

    PW caught up with Peasprout Chen author Henry Lien to speak with him about his influences for the series.

  • In Conversation: Holly Goldberg Sloan and Meg Wolitzer

    PW asked friends and fellow writers Holly Goldberg Sloan and Meg Wolitzer to interview each other about their friendship and their collaborative middle grade novel, 'To Night Owl from Dogfish,' which grew out of their lively email correspondence.

  • Scanning the Horizon: PW Talks with Barry Lopez

    In 'Horizon' (Knopf, Mar.), Lopez recalls his travels to six continents and meditates on the environment.

  • Monstrous Actions: PW Talks with Maryse Meijer

    The stories in Meijer’s outstanding and disturbing story collection 'Rag' (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Feb.) feature an unsettling romantic triangle and a story narrated by a rag used in both mundane and criminal ways.

  • A Multilayered Detective Story: PW Talks with Niklas Natt Och Dag

    Swedish author Natt Och Dag makes his debut with 'The Wolf and the Watchman' (Atria, Mar.), about a hideous murder in 1793 Stockholm.

  • Q & A with Roshani Chokshi

    We spoke with Chokshi about her new YA novel, 'The Gilded Wolves,' and the importance of diverse representation in children’s literature.

  • Q & A with Lincoln Peirce

    Lincoln Peirce spoke with PW about venturing into the Middle Ages in 'Max & the Midknights,' his ongoing Big Nate comic strip, and what his creative future might hold.

  • Fred Kofman Brings Meaning to Leadership In New Book

    In 'The Meaning Revolution: The Power of Transcendent Leadership', Kofman discusses the qualities that make a good leader.

  • Brave New News: PW Talks with Jill Abramson

    In 'Merchants of Truth' (S&S, Feb. 5), former 'New York Times' executive editor Jill Abramson examines how print newspapers have adapted for online audiences.

  • Joyful Sex, Sexy Joy: PW Talks with Tiffany Reisz

    In 'The Rose' (Mira, April), a sacred prostitute of Eros draws an earl’s daughter into mystical sexual visions based on Greek myth.

  • A Hitchcockian Dilemma: PW Talks with Harlan Coben

    Simon and Ingrid Greene are faced with a life-changing trauma when their grown daughter disappears in 'Run Away' (Grand Central, Mar.).

  • Four Questions for Karen M. McManus

    PW spoke with author Karen M. McManus about her sophomore YA thriller, 'Two Can Keep a Secret,' followup to her bestselling breakout novel, 'One of Us Is Lying.'

  • Giving Back: PW Talks with Gary Sinise

    In 'Grateful American' (Nelson, Feb.), actor Sinise explores his life and career, focusing on his work, through the Gary Sinise Foundation, on behalf of American veterans.

  • Meet the New Cop: Talks with Helen Tursten

    In 'Hunting Game' (Soho Crime, Feb.), Swedish author Tursten introduces a new series lead, Det. Insp. Embla Nyström.

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