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Interviews

Throwing Out the Writerly Constraints and More with Claire Messud

Claire Messud joins us for a conversation to discuss her most recent book, The Burning Girl, relationships, coming-of-age, imagination, and writing.

Interviews

Villains and the Avoidability of Societal Exile: A Q&A with John Boyne

We got the chance to speak with John Boyne, bestselling author of The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, about his new book, villains, writing and more.

Writing

It Is Okay to Change Paths: Tess Gerritsen on Becoming a Writer

Tess Gerritsen, author of the acclaimed Rizzoli & Isles novels, shares how her past as a physician helped her grow into a strong writer.

Interviews

Creating Characters, Writing a Family, and More with Camille Bordas

Camille Bordas knows a thing or two about character development, family dynamics, and writing about loss, and she's joined us to share her writerly wisdom.

Writing

Trick of the Trope: Writing A Queer Romance That Shatters Norms

Santino Hassell offers some insight on writing a queer romance novel that isn't problematic, and subverting the norms of the romance genre altogether.

Interviews

So You Want to Work a Cocoa Farm in Fiji (and More with Anne Ostby)

We caught up with author Anne Ostby to chat about her new novel, Pieces of Happiness, and about place, preparation, writing, and more.