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May 16, 2012
Emily St. John Mandel is the guest.  Her latest novel is called The Lola Quartet, and it is available now from Unbridled Books. Library Journal, in a starred review, raves: In this transcendent third novel, Emily St. John Mandel combines ... Continue reading
May 13, 2012
Etgar Keret is the guest.  He's the author of several books, the most recent of which is called Suddenly, a Knock on the Door, now available from Farrar, Straus, & Giroux. Jonathan Safran Foer calls it Keret’s greatest book yet—the ... Continue reading
May 9, 2012
David Rees is the guest.  He's the author of How to Sharpen Pencils, a practical and theoretical treatise on the artisanal craft of pencil sharpening, for writers, artists, contractors, flange turners, anglesmiths, and civil servants, with illustrations showing current practice, ... Continue reading
May 6, 2012
Chloe Caldwell is today's guest.  She's the author of a debut essay collection called Legs Get Led Astray, now available from Future Tense Books. Raves Cheryl Strayed: Chloe Caldwell’s Legs Get Led Astray is a scorching hot glitter box of youthful despair and ... Continue reading
May 2, 2012
Kris D'Agostino is the guest.  He's the author of the debut novel The Sleepy Hollow Family Almanac (Algonquin), which was the March selection for the TNB Book Club. Raves Brock Clarke, author of Exley: A singularly funny, bitter, bold book ... Continue reading
Apr 29, 2012
Matt Bell is the guest.  He's the author of several chapbooks, a fiction collection called How They Were Found, and his most recent book is a novella called Cataclysm Baby, now available from Mud Luscious Press. Karen Russell, author of ... Continue reading
Apr 25, 2012
Noah Hawley is the guest.  He's the author of several books, the most recent of which is a novel called The Good Father, now available from Doubleday.  He's also an accomplished writer and producer in film and television.  He wrote ... Continue reading
Apr 22, 2012
James Bernard Frost is the guest.  He's the author of the novel A Very Minor Prophet, now available from Hawthorne Books. Raves Chuck Palahniuk, author of Fight Club: To date only Gus Van Sant has depicted the grim, dim, greasy, ... Continue reading
Apr 18, 2012
Heidi Julavits is today's guest.  She's the author of four books, the most recent of which is a novel called The Vanishers, now available from Doubleday. And she's also the co-editor of The Believer magazine. Here's what The New York ... Continue reading
Apr 15, 2012
Rosecrans Baldwin is the guest.  He's a co-founder of The Morning News and the author of a new memoir called Paris, I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down, available on April 24th from Farrar, Straus, & Giroux. Kirkus, in ... Continue reading
Apr 11, 2012
Kris Saknussemm is the guest.  His latest novel, Reverend America, is now available from Dark Coast Press.  And the soundtrack to the book is now available at iTunes. From Booklist: Once upon a time, Mathias Gaspenny was a child preacher ... Continue reading
Apr 8, 2012
Amelia Gray is the guest.  She's the author of three works of fiction, the most recent of which is a novel called Threats, now available from Farrar, Straus, & Giroux. Doug Dorst, author of The Surf Guru, has this to ... Continue reading
Apr 4, 2012
Melissa Broder is the guest.  Her new poetry collection, entitled Meat Heart, is now available from Publishing Genius Press.  And by day she is the publicity manager for Penguin Group. Says Publishers Weekly: Broder’s second collection cranks up the weird ... Continue reading
Apr 1, 2012
Hari Kunzru is the guest.  He's the author of four books, the most recent of which is a novel called Gods Without Men, now available from Knopf. David Mitchell, author of Cloud Atlas, calls it a "beautifully written echo chamber ... Continue reading
Mar 28, 2012
Jessica Keener is today's guest.  Her debut novel, Night Swim, is now available from Fiction Studio Books. Pulitzer Prize-winner Jennifer Egan says: Jessica Keener steps boldly into the terrain of Eugene O'Neill, conjuring up the pathologies and quirks of a ... Continue reading
Mar 25, 2012
Catherine Chung is the guest.  Her debut novel, Forgotten Country, is now available from Riverhead Books. Booklist, in a starred review, raves: Chung’s superb debut examines the twin hearts of cruelty and compassion between sisters in particular and family in ... Continue reading
Mar 21, 2012
Jeff Ragsdale is the guest.  He's the co-author, along with David Shields and Michael Logan, of Jeff, One Lonely Guy. Here's what Bret Easton Ellis, author of American Psycho, has to say about it: You can either make fun of ... Continue reading
Mar 18, 2012
Sarah Manguso is today's guest.  She's the author of the new book The Guardians: An Elegy, now available from Farrar, Straus, & Giroux. Megan O'Grady, writing for Vogue, says: Shortly after returning home from a fellowship year in Rome, poet ... Continue reading
Mar 14, 2012
Lysley Tenorio is the guest.  A winner of the Whiting Writer's Award and a former Stegner Fellow at Stanford University, he is the author of a debut story collection called Monstress, now available from Ecco. Raves Chang-Rae Lee, New York ... Continue reading
Mar 11, 2012
Lauren Groff is the guest.  She's the author of the novel The Monsters of Templeton, the story collection Delicate Edible Birds, and most recently, a novel called Arcadia, which has received starred reviews from Library Journal, Publishers Weekly, Kirkus, and ... Continue reading
Mar 7, 2012
Maud Newton is the guest.  One of the web's most influential book bloggers.  She also reviews books and is a former attorney who now works as an editor and writer for (a legal publishing division of) Thomson Reuters. She has ... Continue reading
Mar 4, 2012
Joe Blair is the guest.  He's the author of the memoir By the Iowa Sea, now available from Scribner. Scott Spencer, author of Main in the Woods, raves: An intimate, startling memoir that honors and elevates our quotidian existence. With ... Continue reading
Feb 29, 2012
Ramona Ausubel is the guest.  Her debut novel, No One is Here Except All of Us, is now available in hardcover from Riverhead Press.  And her short story "Atria" was published in the April 4, 2011 issue of The New ... Continue reading
Feb 26, 2012
Ryan Boudinot is the guest.  He's the author of the new novel, Blueprints of the Afterlife, now available from Grove Press. John Schwartz, in a review for the New York Times, raves: A fierce literary imagination, building the kinds of ... Continue reading
Feb 22, 2012
Cheryl Strayed is the guest.  She's the author of the new memoir Wild, due out from Knopf on March 20, 2012.  And she's also Sugar, the popular advice columnist over at The Rumpus. Wild, which details Strayed's 1,100-mile solo hike ... Continue reading
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