Award-winning author, illustrator, artist and founder of Make Me a World, Christopher Myers, answers our questions on storytelling and new voices in children's literature.
The author of our Spotlight Pick for August talks about her book, the research, and people who roam.
The author of Sweet Sorrow and One Day answers our questions about Shakespeare, his past as an actor, and the power of nostalgia.Read more
Author Silvia Moreno-Garcia talks about her new gothic thriller, eugenics, perceptions of Mexico, and how horror deserves more respect.Read more
We talk with S.A Cosby, the author of one of our best mysteries and thriller picks for July: Blacktop Wasteland.Read more
We talk to the author about her debut, one of the must-reads of the summer.Read more
“Devolution” and “World War Z” author Max Brooks talks with the Amazon Book Review about how he uses fiction to show readers how to prepare for real disasters.Read more
We talk to the reigning queen of the beach read about her latest novel, ‘28 Summers’, one of our Best Books of June.Read more
Robin DiAngelo talks with the Amazon Book Review about white fragility, why white people continue to ignore racism, and how “our learning will never be finished.”Read more
The best-selling author of "Divergent" shares how the mythology of the "chosen one" inspired her new novel.
We talk with best-selling sci-fi thriller author A. G. Riddle about putting humanity in peril in fiction and the parallels he sees to the real challenges we face today.
Human behavior during crisis, the great state of sci-fi writing today, and the odd parallels between The Last Emperox and the coronovirus pandemic are among the marvelous topics we tackle with John Scalzi.Read more
Multi-award-winning author N. K. Jemisin talks about how New York City is the perfect place to set a fantastical novel, even as the Empire State Building is now lit up "like the Eye of Sauron."
In Beyda's debut thriller, a young woman is recruited to act as a body double for a famous actress.