Interviews

Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys

Salt to the Sea Relives Tale of Ill-Fated Vessel

October 1, 2017 5:11 am By

Salt to the Sea, Ruta Sepetys, Speak - Salt to the Sea is a work of historical fiction widely read by students and adults alike. It tells the story of three teenagers from Poland, Lithuania and East Prussia fleeing from the Red Army

Last Cowboys of San Geronimo by Ian Stansel

Stansel Pens Contemporary Western

September 1, 2017 5:36 am By

The Last Cowboys of San Geronimo, Ian Stansel, Houghton Mifflin - Ian Stansel had been working on a novel for two and a half years when he decided to lay that project aside to write what would become his debut novel, The Last Cowboys of San Geronimo.

Everyone Brave is Forgiven by Chris Cleave

Everyone Brave is Forgiven, A Story of Shared Courage

August 1, 2017 5:01 am By

Everyone Brave is Forgiven, Chris Cleave, Simon & Schuster - Extraordinary writer-journalist, Chris Cleave, confirms his reputation as one of the most insightful novelist of our time with his latest novel, Everyone Brave Is Forgiven (2016).

The Chalk Artist by Allegra Goodman

Goodman Explores the Power of Words and Images in The Chalk Artist

August 1, 2017 5:01 am By

The Chalk Artist, Allegra Goodman, Random House - In her latest novel, Allegra Goodman explores the power of images and words through the prism of a romance between a young teacher named Nina and a chalk artist named Collin and twins Aidan, who is addicted to videogames, and his sister Diana, who are Nina’s students. 

How to Survive a Summer by Nick White

Write the Stories You Want to Write

July 1, 2017 5:00 am By

How to Survive a Summer, Nick White, Penguin Random House - Nick White had just started an M.F.A.in Creative Writing at Ohio State University when he received a piece of advice that would change the way he saw himself and his writing.