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  • Robert Coover, Postmodern Mythmaker

    Coover’s new collection, 'Going for a Beer,' covers 50 years of his short fiction.

  • Ned Beauman Heads to the Jungle

    In his fourth novel, 'Madness Is Better Than Defeat,' Beauman spans decades with a story of rival expeditions in Central America.

  • Ali Cobby Eckermann's Personal Story

    In her wrenching memoir, 'Too Afraid to Cry,' the aboriginal poet describes her decades-long search for her birth family.

  • The Things Matt Haig Sees

    In his new novel, 'How to Stop Time,' Haig introduces a 439-year-old protagonist.

  • Spotlight on Brianna Wolfson

    In Rosie Colored Glasses, Wolfson weaves a time-leaping story of learning to love (Sponsored)

  • Elaine Weiss Scores One for Women

    Weiss’s new book, 'The Woman’s Hour,' puts excitement into the suffragettes’ fight to win the vote.

  • Life on the Road: John Hart

    Johnny Merrimon, who has a Wolverine-like ability to heal himself, returns in Hart’s sequel to 2009’s 'The Last Child.'

  • Top Authors Pick Their Favorite Books of 2017

    We asked the authors of our top 10 books of 2017 to share their favorite titles published this year.

  • Where the Kids Are: 'Traveling Stories' Gets Kids Reading, One Book at a Time

    We spoke with founder Emily Moberly about her San Diego-based literacy nonprofit's work, instilling a love of reading and civic engagement in young people.

  • Adrienne Sharp's Girl’s Life

    In 'The Magnificent Esme Wells,' Sharp’s latest novel, old Hollywood and the beginnings of Las Vegas come to life.

  • Learning to Sing: 'PW' Talks with Laura Lippman

    Lippman takes inspiration from James M. Cain and Anne Tyler in 'Sunburn' (Morrow, Feb.), a crime thriller set in 1995 Delaware.

  • Jeffrey Stewart Explores Black Genius

    With 'The New Negro: The Life of Alain Locke,' Stewart writes the definitive biography of the 20th century’s leading black intellectual.

  • Spotlight on Alane Adams

    Adams’s third illustrated children’s book, The Santa Thief, tells the story of a Depression-era boy who learns the true meaning of Christmas. (Sponsored)

  • Sigrid Nunez's Love of a Dog

    In her new novel, 'The Friend,' Nunez explores friendship and grief with a canine twist.

  • Betina Krahn Returns with a New Historical Romance Trilogy

    A Good Day to Marry a Duke, Krahn's first historical in eight years, opens her new trilogy with a transcontinental tale of seduction and intrigue (Sponsored)

  • Neel Mukherjee on Displacement and Desire

    Mukherjee’s third novel, 'A State of Freedom,' follows five characters to explore migration and the hope for a better life.

  • Leni Zumas's Story of Women

    In her much-buzzed-about new novel, 'Red Clocks,' Zumas looks at reproductive rights in a future world.

  • Isabel Allende on Searching for Summer in Winter

    The author of 22 novels that have sold more than 65 million copies worldwide discusses writing her latest novel, 'Más allá del invierno,' which was released by Vintage Español in June and by Atria in English as 'In the Midst of Winter' on October 31.

  • Spotlight on Mandy Mikulencak

    Kensington launches its new John Scognamiglio Books imprint with a story of unusual beauty and compassion set in a midcentury Louisiana prison. (Sponsored)

  • For Iain Sinclair, London Is Beyond Recognition

    The author's new novel, 'The Last London,' is his final word on the city that has fueled his imagination for 50 years but now leaves him cold.

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