Author Essay

How Being a Librarian Saved My Life

Before I was a novelist, I was a librarian. Here's how it changed me.

By AMANDA EYRE WARD • 1 month ago
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Modern Retellings That Are (Arguably) Better Than the Originals

Using the mold of classics we all adore, these writers have created some serious masterpieces.

By KRISTIN MILLER • 1 month ago
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What I’m Reading: Erik Larson

Erik Larson, author of The Devil in the White City, chats about his latest book and what he's reading right now.

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What I’m Reading: Ariel Lawhon

Ariel Lawhon, author of Code Name Hélène, shares books with strong characters and settings—and storylines that will hook you.

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Books to Read If You Couldn’t Stop Watching Tiger King

If you were obsessed with the stories of Joe Exotic, Carole Baskin, and Doc Antle, we've got some good news for you.

By JULIANNE CLANCY • 2 months ago
Author Essay

The Power of Reflection and Memory in Fiction

Mary Rose Maccoll, author of Lost Autumn, explains why we seek that "final coming home" in fiction.

By MARY-ROSE MACCOLL • 2 months ago
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What I’m Reading: Emily St. John Mandel

Emily St. John Mandel, author of the beloved Station Eleven and The Glass Hotel, shares three books that sparked deep thought.

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What I’m Reading: Arianna Margulis

Arianna Margulis, author of But Like Maybe Don't, recommends three relatable books that are funny AND profound.

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