Author Essay

One Author’s Thoughts on Paying It Forward

Even during the most divisive of times, quiet generosities thrive.

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Author Essay

Gregory Manchess on Painting His Epic First Novel

Renowned artist and author of Above the Timberline on the magic that happens between visuals and prose.

By GREGORY MANCHESS • 3 months ago
Author Essay

Pass it On: Ashley Hay on the Connectivity of Storytelling

The author of A Hundred Small Lessons and The Railwayman's Wife on the bond of shared anecdotes.

By ASHLEY HAY • 4 months ago
Author Essay

A Conversation with Andy Weir

The Martian and Artemis author talks flawed protagonists and setting a heist on the moon.

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Author Essay

For the Love of Letters

The Last Christmas in Paris authors reflect on the intimacy of the epistolary novel.

By HAZEL GAYNOR and HEATHER WEBB • 5 months ago
Author Essay

The Greatest Loss of True Crime Tales

Kate Winkler Dawson, author of Death in the Air, on remembering the victims of a London serial killer.

By KATE WINKLER DAWSON • 6 months ago
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How to Pack If You’re a Book Lover

Hitha Palepu, frequent traveler, packing whiz and author of How to Pack, tells book lovers the best way to read on-the-go.

By HITHA PALEPU • 6 months ago
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Revisiting the Little House on the Prairie

Caroline author Sarah Miller spotlights the woman who held the Ingalls family together.

By SARAH MILLER • 6 months ago