I met Maureen Corrigan at the Southern Festival of Books in October. I knew I…
“What if nobody knew the story of Jackie Robinson?” Why Andrew Maraniss is telling Perry Wallace’s story now, and why we predict the book will be a huge seller.
Not all our dogs are shop-dog material. We love them anyway.
We’re a little fascinated with Garth Stein: novelist, playwright, musician, filmmaker, and not-so-secret-writers-society founder. (And he’ll be in Nashville this Friday!)
She’s an internet sensation who’s famous for goofing around, but when it comes to her business model, she’s not kidding. Her next frontier: a book.
This November, we are thankful for turkey AND delicious vegetarian options; sunshine AND just enough chill to wear boots and sweaters; novels AND nonfiction. (“And” is always better than “or.”)
“I started out hoping to be the next James Joyce and came to realize that was neither my native inclination nor within the scope of my talents.” – Scott Turow on how he found his way to his niche, the crime thriller
Amy Poehler’s new memoir kicks off a season full of smart, subversive humor books by some of the funniest women writing today.
We would never admit to having favorites… but if we did, they’d be the authors who stick around to have a little fun with us in the back office. Case in point: Sean Brock, the superchef behind Husk and author of the new cookbook, HERITAGE.
Sensitive issues? Difficult material? Sharon Draper’s not afraid. This award-winning author writes books for young people that tackle the tough stuff.