Interviews

Heating and Cooling by Fennelly

Discovery Drives Creation of Fennelly’s Micro-Memoirs

December 1, 2017 5:05 am By

Heating and Cooling, Beth Ann Fennelly, W.W.Norton - Good writing in any genre rings with truth, personal and universal. In her latest book of micro-memoirs, Heating & Cooling, Beth Ann Fennelly shares her truth about life’s moments, big and small, with poignancy and humor. 

A Tangled Mercy: Story of Compassion and Tears

December 1, 2017 5:01 am By

Joy Jordan-Lake’s new novel, A TANGLED MERCY, is the result of 20 years of research and writing that began when she was a young PhD student at Tufts. Set in Charleston, SC in present day and in 1822, she intertwines the stories of a gifted but enslaved 19th-century blacksmith and a floundering Harvard grad student who is researching the planning of a slave revolt. 

Brothers’ Life-Long Feud Leads To Murder

October 1, 2017 5:18 am By

The Last Cowboys of San Geronimo, Ian Stansel, Houghton, Mifflin, Harcourt – Silas Van Loy murders his older brother, Frank, and takes off on horseback through the hills of coastal Northern California.

Extraordinary Adventures by Daniel Wallace

Extraordinary Adventures: A Journey of Discovery

October 1, 2017 5:17 am By

Extraordinary Adventures, Daniel Wallace, Macmillan - Daniel Wallace is not particularly interested in tracking the origin of his latest novel Extraordinary Adventures. In the years it takes to write a book, Wallace says the creation of the writing starts to get fictionalized.