Interviews
Ottessa Moshfegh Revels in the Mystery of Self-Discovery in 'Death in Her Hands'
Otessa Moshfegh, author of 'My Year of Rest and Relaxation' and 'Eileen,' examines the courage it takes to look into the past in her metaphysical suspense novel, 'Death in Her Hands.' Read now
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'It's About Damn Time' You Get to Know Arlan Hamilton
Find out why the memoir from trailblazer Arlan Hamilton — a Black queer woman unapologetically owning the venture capital space — is exactly the playbook for resilience we need right now. Read now
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Curtis Sittenfeld Turns to Alternate History for 'Rodham'
The acclaimed author of 'Prep,' 'American Wife,' and 'Atomic Marriage' takes a look at what could have happened if Hillary Clinton never married Bill. Read now
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Brit Bennett's 'The Vanishing Half' Tackles Race, Colorism, and Identity
Author Brit Bennett follows up her highly successful debut 'The Mothers' with a nuanced contemporary take on the concept of a Black person passing as white in 'The Vanishing Half,' as twin sisters take two different paths. Read now
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Mitch Albom Gives the Pandemic a 'Human Touch'
The bestselling author found a way to use his special skills to help some of those most affected by COVID-19. His 8-week-long serialized story homes in on the thing we're all missing right now: human contact and connection. Read now
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Mike Birbiglia Tells the Deeper Story in ‘The New One’
Comedian and storyteller Mike Birbiglia talks about the universality of big life changes — like buying his first couch and having his first child — in 'The New One,' which he also co-wrote and co-narrated with his poet wife, J. Hope Stein. Read now
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Our New Battle Cry is Samantha Irby’s 'Wow, No Thank You'
With the same edgy, unabashed, and spit-take funny wit that brought us 'We Are Never Meeting in Real Life' and 'Meaty,' Samantha Irby tackles approaching middle age, raising her stepkids in a small Midwestern town, and being okay with just being okay in her new collection of essays. Read now