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  • Stephen Greenblatt on The Crazy Story of Creation

    The Pulitzer-winning literary historian gets biblical in 'The Rise and Fall of Adam and Eve,' a tome examining the grandaddy of origin stories.

  • Austen at the Theater: PW Talks with Paula Byrne

    In 'The Genius of Jane Austen' (Harper Perennial, June), Byrne explores how theatrical traditions influenced the iconic author.

  • Papa’s Lost Treasure: PW Talks with Keith McCafferty

    McCafferty recalls the true story of Ernest Hemingway’s stolen fishing tackle that inspired his sixth Sean Stranahan mystery, 'Cold Hearted River' (Viking, July).

  • Charlotte Rampling Looks At Her Life

    In her memoir, 'Who I Am,' the English actor with the "jade gaze" looks back at her childhood and tells a heartfelt story of survival.

  • Exploring a Hidden World: Linda Castillo

    When I conceived the core idea for the first book in my Kate Burkholder series, Sworn to Silence, I was intrigued by the idea of writing a crime novel set among the Amish.

  • Mothers and Daughters: Gabrielle Bell

    In her graphic memoir, 'Everything Is Flammable' (Uncivilized, June), the comics artist explores her fraught relationship with her mother.

  • Spotlight on Dusti Bowling

    Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus, Bowling's middle grade novel about a girl born without arms, looks beyond disability into the complex inner life of a teen whose life is changing rapidly

  • Spotlight On Marieke Nijkamp

    In her first two novels, the Dutch YA sensation is unafraid to take on the most complex situations teenagers face

  • Spotlight on Marc Elsberg

    Blackout, Elsberg's international-hit thriller about a catastrophic power outage throughout Europe, comes to the U.S.

  • Spotlight on Ellen Marie Wiseman

    In The Life She Was Given, Wiseman, a master of historical fiction, tells the stories of two women connected by a shared family secret

  • Spotlight on Kate Moore

    Moore's action-packed history brings the true story of the radium girls, who were poisoned while working with radioactive paint in WWI-era factories, to life

  • Big Apple Cop as Tragic Hero: Don Winslow

    In his latest crime novel, 'The Force' (Morrow, June), veteran Winslow examines police corruption in New York City.

  • Spotlight on Carl Greer, Ph.D., Psy.D.

    Carl Greer took a winding road to becoming a clinical psychologist, Jungian analyst, and shamanic practitioner.

  • Life on the Outside: PW Talks with Susan Burton

    After years in and out of prison, a tireless advocate for formerly incarcerated women tells her story in 'Becoming Ms. Burton' (New Press, May).

  • Spotlight on Karen Kingsbury

    While love, forgiveness, loss, redemption, and, of course, God are dominant themes in her writing, Karen Kingsbury’s work can’t be pigeonholed as Christian fiction.

  • Black Renaissance: Kellie Jones

    In her new book, 'South of Pico,' Kellie Jones highlights the creative energy of African-American artists in 1960s and ’70s Los Angeles.

  • In My Own Words: Fiona Barton Spills a Secret

    The English author discusses her upcoming psychological thriller, 'The Secret' (Berkley, June) and the irresistable lure of mystery.

  • These Shining Women: Kate Moore

    The author of 'The Radium Girls' talks about how she came across the subject of her book: women who hand-painted luminous watch dials in the early 20th century and suffered gruesome health problems as a result.

  • Spotlight on Julia Cameron

    Julia Cameron first published "The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity" in 1992.

  • Spotlight on Madeline Hunter

    Madeline Hunter, the New York Times–bestselling author of dozens of historical romances, is a virtuoso of the genre.

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