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  • Q & A with Ellen Oh

    Author and WNDB co-founder Ellen Oh spoke with PW on writing horror for a younger audience.

  • The Death of One Man Is a Tragedy: PW Talks with Deon Meyer

    The South African author combines a whodunit with a chillingly plausible end-of-the-world scenario in 'Fever' (Atlantic Monthly, Sept.).

  • The Year that Created Modernism: PW Talks with Bill Goldstein

    In 'The World Broke in Two: Virginia Woolf, T.S. Eliot, D.H. Lawrence, E.M. Forster, and the Year that Changed Literature' (Holt, Aug.), a close examination of four literary lives.

  • Q & A with Mark Teague

    Teague spoke with PW about adapting classic stories, incorporating humor into his books, and the essential elements of a good read-aloud.

  • The Eternal Town Square: PW Talks with Gabrielle Zevin

    In 'Young Jane Young' (Algonquin, Aug.), a politically ambitious intern has an affair with the married congressman she works for. It becomes a national scandal that derails her life, but, tellingly, not his.

  • Four Questions for...James Patterson

    James Patterson is publishing a controversial, dystopian novel about an America trapped in the clutches of a monopolistic online retailer called The Store.

  • Q & A with Jennifer L. Holm and Matthew Holm

    The collaborating siblings spoke with PW about their new Babymouse endeavor and other projects.

  • Q & A with Erin McCahan

    PW spoke with Erin McCahan about her new novel for young readers, 'The Lake Effect.'

  • Q & A with Julie Buxbaum

    Julie Buxbaum spoke with PW about her new YA novel ,'What to Say Next.'

  • Stopping Suicides: PW Talks with Lee Daniel Kravetz

    In 'Strange Contagion' (Harper Wave, June), Kravetz researches the how and why behind a series of suicides of high school students in Palo Alto, Calif.

  • Murder in East Germany: PW Talks with David Young

    With 'The Stasi Child' (Minotaur, Aug.), Young launches a mystery series set in 1970s East Germany.

  • Q & A with Mackenzi Lee

    PW spoke with Mackenzi Lee about her upcoming YA novel 'The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue.'

  • The View from Abroad: PW Talks with Suzy Hansen

    Hansen, an American journalist living in Istanbul, grapples with a new understanding of her homeland and its place in the world in 'Notes on a Foreign Country' (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Aug.).

  • Savoring Life in the Slow Lane: PW Talks with Margaret Maron

    The ninth and final novel featuring New York detective Sigrid Harald from MWA Grand Master Maron, 'Take Out' (Grand Central), releases this June...and may be Maron's last novel ever.

  • Four Questions with Sarah Dessen

    Dessen spoke with PW about her new novel and what inspires her to keep writing for teens after more than 20 years.

  • The Clothes Don't Wear You: PW Talks with Sara Galindo

    One of the most important fashion influencers in Latin America discusses fashion, style, and what's next on her plate just before launching a book tour for her latest, 'Tu You Toi.'

  • A Veteran’s Odyssey: PW Talks with Thomas J. Brennan

    Brennan, a retired USMC sergeant, suffered a traumatic brain injury while serving in Afghanistan. In 'Shooting Ghosts' (Viking, Aug.), he shares how his friendship with photojournalist Finbarr O’Reilly put them both on a path to recovery.

  • Golden Eyes: PW Talks with P.T. Deutermann

    In Deutermann’s contemporary thriller 'Red Swan' (St. Martin’s, August), the CIA clashes with China’s Ministry of Security Services.

  • Q & A with Adele Griffin

    Adele Griffin spoke with PW about her new YA novel 'Be True to Me.'

  • Q & A with Cassandra Clare and Karen Wojtyla

    We spoke with author Cassandra Clare and her editor Karen Wojtyla about their collaboration and the 10 year anniversary of 'City of Bones.'

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