Set in a world where Harriet Tubman was elected to the U.S. Senate and Tim Burton made "Wonder Woman" films in the 1980s and 1990s instead of "Batman," Annalee Newitz's newest novel dives into how change is often balanced on a knife's edge.
Fair Play system for rebalancing domestic duties between couples can change lives... and marriages. We talk with Rodsky about ownership, fairness, and not crying anymore over blueberries.
Talking to the billionaire investor/philanthropist on the publication of his much-anticipated book.Read more
We talk with Tamsyn Muir about her debut epic space fantasy novel that features necromancers, sword-swinging cavaliers, and an argument-inducing pair of aviator sunglasses.Read more
The author of a new psychological thriller with a knock-out ending talked to us about his characters and himself.
While a single sleepwalker can be unsettling, Wendig's newest novel speculates on how the country would react to more than a hundred of them, all inexorably walking toward the same unknown destination.
"This is a very, very old impulse. To go into the dark, to seek meaning, to tell stories, to leave marks. To keep what's precious safe, and to dispose of what's dangerous."Read more
"I realized that I could turn how my father lived in me from a monolithic monster into an apologist--from this terrifying entity into this broken, sad, tragic little boy. In doing so he lost power over me..." The celebrated author
(The Vagina Monologues) and activist on a pathway to healing for survivors of abuse, and for the abusers themselves.
The MythBuster stopped by our offices to talk about the hit television series, becoming "a maker of things," and his new book. Nothing was blown up in the process.
Silvia Moreno-Garcia talks about Mayan mythology, the Jazz Age in Mexico, her childhood disappointment in The Baby-Sitters Club books, and how a 65-million-year-old meteor impact sparked Gods of Jade and Shadow .Read more
Talking to the celebrated author of Matterhorn about his new novel Deep River.
George Takei shares moments from his childhood years in an internment camp for Japanese Americans and asks what we've learned since.