Author Essay

“Things I Wish I Would Have Said”: Shani Boianjiu on Tour

"There are things I wish I would have said to people in other countries," admits Shani Boianjiu when reflecting on her recent book tour.

By Shani Boianjiu • 8 years ago
Author Essay

Jenni Fagan on “the Girl with a Shark’s Heart”: NPR Interview

"I was interested in developing in a character . . . who's uncomfortable to be around sometimes but that you're very compelled by."

By Jenni Fagan, author of The Panopticon • 8 years ago
Author Essay

Debut Novelist Janice Clark on Her Love for Libraries

Watch debut author Janice Clark describe her love for libraries during the Random House Library Marketing's BEA Breakfast 2013.

By Janice Clark, author of The Rathbones • 8 years ago
Author Essay

5 Books That Taught Me About Bravery

Once you start wondering about bravery, what it is and what it means, you soon start to see it everywhere.

By Polly Morland, author of The Society of Timid Souls • 8 years ago
Author Essay

Jonathan Lethem Talks about Dissident Gardens with BEA Live

Jonathan Lethem talks with Zoë Triska - BEA Live! host and Books Editor of The Huffington Post - about his new novel Dissident Gardens

By Jonathan Lethem, author of Dissident Gardens • 8 years ago

Kristen Iversen Tells the Story Behind Full Body Burden

"Full Body Burden not only took ten years of research and writing, but it proved to be a turning point in my life."

By Kristen Iversen, author of FULL BODY BURDEN • 8 years ago
Author Essay

Kristiana Kahakauwila on Writing
This Is Paradise

"I wished to draw out Hawai`i’s complicated nature," says Kristiana Kahakauwila. "Its anger, its sadness, its generosity, and its sense of history reverberating into the present."

By Kristiana Kahakauwila, author of THIS IS PARADISE • 8 years ago

Off the Grid: Morocco Beyond Marrakech, an Essay from Lawrence Osborne

The drive across this plateau is remarkable, since it is roadless, off the grid, and bare.

By Lawrence Osborne, author of The Forgiven • 8 years ago