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  • 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.'

  • The Limitless Possibilities of Crime: PW Talks with Susie Steiner

    Steiner discusses the travails of Detective Inspector Bradshaw in 'Persons Unknown' (Random House, July), her sophomore novel, in which the sleuth's nephew becomes a murder suspect.

  • Four Questions for Chelsea Clinton

    The former First Daughter makes her picture book debut later this month with She Persisted.

  • Q & A with Jodi Lynn Anderson

    Jodi Lynn Anderson spoke with PW about the importance of a sense of place, working with multiple editors, and finding the connecting thread between three distinct characters and settings.

  • Amelia Peabody’s Last Hurrah

    Elizabeth Peters left only a partial manuscript for The Painted Queen. How did you become involved in the project?

  • Q & A with Daniel Handler and Lisa Brown

    PW spoke with the creators of Lemony Snicket’s latest picture book, 'Goldfish Ghost,' illustrated by Lisa Brown, who calls her husband by his real name, Daniel Handler.

  • Masks and Murder: PW Talks with S.D. Sykes

    In 'City of Masks' (Pegasus Crime, July), Sykes transports her 14th-century sleuth, Oswald de Lacy, to Venice. Here's why.

  • Beyond High Heels and Lipstick: PW Talks with Eddie Izzard

    In his first book, 'Believe Me: A Memoir of Love, Death, and Jazz Chickens' (Blue Rider, June), transgender comedian, actor, and writer Izzard tells his life story with depth, honesty, humor, and footnotes.

  • Cover Reveal: ‘My Brigadista Year’

    The cover of Newbery Medalist Katherine Paterson's new middle grade novel 'My Brigadista Year,' a work of historical fiction due out from Candlewick on October 10.

  • Q & A with Renée Ahdieh

    PW talked to Renée Ahdieh about her new YA novel 'Flame and the Mist.'

  • Digging Deeper: PW Talks with Amita Trasi

    Trasi’s debut novel 'The Color of Our Sky' follows unlikely friends, torn apart by tragedy and connected by a deeper history.

  • A CNN Host Turns Life Strategist: PW Talks with Ismael Cala

    The former host of one of the most popular shows on CNN en Español on his new book emphasizing finding a balance in life.

  • Q & A with Shannon Hale

    PW spoke with Shannon Hale about the biggest challenges in sharing her own story for her new graphic memoir 'Real Friends.'

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