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  • Thy Will Be Done: PW Talks with Monica West

    West’s debut, 'Revival Season' (Simon & Schuster, June.) examines the spiritual awakening of Miriam Horton, a Baptist healer’s daughter, during the family’s annual revival tour.

  • A Contemporary Greek Tragedy: PW Talks with Alex Michaelides

    In Michaelides’s 'The Maidens' (Celadon, June.), London psychotherapist Mariana Andros is convinced that a charming professor is murdering students who belong to his secret, all-female society.

  • Daddy Issues: PW Talks with Joe Ollmann

    Ollman’s 'Fictional Father' (May, Drawn & Quarterly.), follows Caleb, the frustrated grown son of a popular cartoonist whose daily strip, Sonny Side Up, depicts the loving relationship the two of them never had.

  • The Right to Power: PW Talks with Rachel Vogelstein and Meighan Stone

    Foreign policy advisers Stone and Vogelstein take a world tour of the #MeToo movement in 'Awakening' (PublicAffairs, July.).

  • Setting the Scene: Close-up on Ryhs Bowen

    In her new novel, The Venice Sketchbook, Bowen whisks readers away to Venice at the start of World War II. (Sponsored)

  • Q & A with Goldy Moldavsky

    PW spoke with Goldy Moldavsky about her new YA horror novel, 'The Mary Shelley Club,' and the origins of her love for scream-worthy stories.

  • Nipsey Hussle’s Hip-hop Marathon: PW Talks to Rob Kenner

    PW talks with Rob Kenner author of 'The Marathon Don’t Stop: The Life and Times of Nipsey Hussle', a new biography of the late beloved rapper/entrepreneur, out now from Atria Books.

  • Four Questions for Sabina Khan

    Sabina Khan's new book, 'Zara Hossain Is Here,' which features a Muslim teenage girl living a cross-cultural life in the United States, was inspired by Khan's family's own experience as immigrants.

  • Some Sort of Obscene Concept: PW Talks with Elle Nash

    We spoke with Elle Nash about her short story collection 'Nudes,' an exploration of the desires of working class women.

  • Spice of Life: PW Talks with Pepper Teigen

    In 'The Pepper Thai Cookbook' (Clarkson Potter, Apr.), Teigen shares Thai recipes and anecdotes of living with her daughter, model and cookbook author Chrissy Teigen, and her family.

  • The Greatest Regeneration: PW Talks with Robert J. Harris

    In Harris’s 'A Study in Crimson: Sherlock Holmes 1942' (Pegasus Crime, June.), the sleuth hunts a vicious killer in WWII London.

  • Publishing’s Digital Disruption: PW Talks with John B. Thompson

    Sociologist Thompson investigates the changes shaking up the publishing industry in 'Book Wars' (Polity, May.).

  • Pleasure Principle: PW Talks with Karelia Stetz-Waters

    Two wildly different women each inherit 50% of a struggling feminist sex shop in Stetz-Waters’s 'Satisfaction Guaranteed' (Forever, June.).

  • Drowning in Love: PW Talks with L.R. Dorn

    Dorn’s debut, 'The Anatomy of Desire' (Morrow, May.), views the competitive world of social influencers through a gender-bending lens of crime and obsession. (Dorn, the pen name of Suzanne Dunn and Matt Dorff, have elected to answer jointly.)

  • Q & A with Kevin Henkes

    We interviewed author-illustrator Kevin Henkes about his latest middle grade book, 'Billy Miller Makes a Wish,' a follow-up to the Newbery Honor-winning 'The Year of Billy Miller.'

  • Four Questions for Ambreen Tariq

    We spoke with Ambreen Tariq, founder of @BrownPeopleCamping, about her debut picture book, 'Fatima's Great Outdoors,' and encouraging people of color to explore nature.

  • Q & A with Aisha Saeed

    PW spoke with Pakistani American author Aisha Saeed about how her early experiences and teaching background have allowed her to tell her own stories, to create diverse characters, and to take down stereotypes.

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