Authorlink Chat: Last Days in Plaka, Henriette Lazaridis, Pegasus Books – Today’s Athens is a city of contradictions and complexity–it is grand and scruffy, ancient, and modern, full of strivers, refugees, and old-timers–and nowhere more so than the neighborhood of Plaka, where the Parthenon looms overheadRead More
You Were Always Mine, Christine Pride & Jo Piazza, Atria Books – Cinnamon’s life is turned upside down when she finds a white newborn baby in the park where she usually met her friend, Daisy.Read More
Interiew: Between Two Moons, Aisha Abdel Gawad, Doubleday – Amira and Lina are teen-age twin sisters about to graduate from high school in the Arab American enclave of Bay Ridge in Brooklyn.Read More
Interview: Off to Join the Circus, Deborah Kalb, Loyola College/Apprentice House – After a long career as a journalist covering politics, Deborah Kalb is tackling the equally contentious arena of family relations in her first novel for adults, Off to Join the Circus.Read More
How can I make my writing better?
“You can make it better later. First, you have to make it exist.” Just like anything else in the world, you only get better at it by doing it,” says Katrina Kittle, author of Morning in This Broken World. Read the full interview.
How does it feel to have an upcoming Netflix series? Does autism help you write better?
Interveiw: CASSANDRA IN REVERSE
by Holly Smale
(MIRA; Original edition, 6 June 2023)
“It’s incredible, and – without wanting to sound like a total cheeseball – there hasn’t been a day in the last decade where I haven’t been grateful for my luck. Writing is a tough business, and I’m fully aware of how rare my situation is.” See full interview.