Author Interviews


Interview with Scott Hawkins, author of The Library at Mount Char
29 Jul 2015

Interview with Scott Hawkins, author of The Library at Mount Char

The Library at Mount Char is a mystery set in a kinda-sorta magic library. When the story opens, a very powerful guy has gone missing. His adopted children have looked everywhere, and they’re starting to entertain the notion that something might have happened to him. The story focuses on Carolyn, who is the quietest and most studious of the bunch. It’s the quiet ones you have to watch out for.


Interview with Deb Caletti, author of The Secrets She Keeps
23 Jul 2015

Interview with Deb Caletti, author of The Secrets She Keeps

The Secrets She Keeps is about two sisters with troubled marriages who gather at their aunt’s now crumbling Nevada “divorce ranch." The story is told in alternating time periods - one summer at the present-day ranch, and the summer of 1951, a summer of secrets, when high-society women and Hollywood celebs stayed at such ranches to establish residency and secure difficult-to-get divorces.


Interview with Emily Bingham, author of Irrepressible
13 Jul 2015

Interview with Emily Bingham, author of Irrepressible

Tell us a little bit about your new release, Irrepressible. My great aunt Henrietta Bingham was almost never mentioned while I was growing up in the 1970s and 80s, but when I heard that she'd spent time in London among the Bloomsbury crowd (the coterie of intellectuals and artists that formed around Virginia Woolf and her sister the painter Vanessa Bell) I took notice. And when my grandmother said in an aside during an oral history I did with her in the 1990s that she was incredibly sophisticated and alluring, but "an invert, you know," I was intrigued.



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