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Angela Davis-Gardner Talks About Her New Novel, 'Butterfly's Child'new

Puccini's classic opera Madame Butterfly ends with the title character's love agreeing to raise their child with his American wife. Raleigh resident Davis-Gardner's fourth novel asks, "What happened next?"
INDY Week  |  Zack Smith  |  04-05-2011  |  Author Profiles & Interviews

Sipping in Sicily with Robert Camutonew

A travel writer pays homage to an ancient island's wines.
East Bay Express  |  Anneli Rufus  |  03-25-2011  |  Author Profiles & Interviews

Trekking the Mediterraneannew

Joel Stratte-McClure walks around the Mediterranean Sea.
East Bay Express  |  Anneli Rufus  |  03-21-2011  |  Author Profiles & Interviews

The Storytellernew

Jane Eppinga tells tales about everything from an Aztec princess to Arizona's museums.
Tucson Weekly  |  Dave Devine  |  03-11-2011  |  Author Profiles & Interviews

Wandering Spiritnew

ASU's Cynthia Hogue is haunted--and inspired--by time spent in New Orleans.
Tucson Weekly  |  Jarret Keene  |  03-09-2011  |  Author Profiles & Interviews

Reality Bites Backnew

Jennifer Pozner delivers demanding case for deeper TV viewing.
San Antonio Current  |  Greg Harman  |  02-11-2011  |  Author Profiles & Interviews

I did Sookie Stackhousenew

A book snob reveals her whirlwind affair with America's favorite telepathic waitress.
Boston Phoenix  |  Eugenia Williamson  |  02-10-2011  |  Author Profiles & Interviews

Tim Wu, Historian of Information Empiresnew

To say that Tim Wu has written a history of the information age is sort of like saying that Howard Zinn wrote a history of the United States. Wu is a young scholar but the first line of his obituary is already written: a few years back he coined the term "Net neutrality," then got the FCC to embrace
Boston Phoenix  |  Carly Carioli  |  02-08-2011  |  Author Profiles & Interviews

New Literary Journal Bull Spec Celebrates First Anniversarynew

Bull Spec is a magazine of "speculative fiction," a catchall term for sci-fi, horror, epic fantasy, superheroes, sword-and-sorcery and alternate history. There's nothing quite like it.
INDY Week  |  Brian Howe  |  01-10-2011  |  Author Profiles & Interviews

The Possibilities of William S. Burroughsnew

Godfather of Beat: from Pharr pot field to talking assholes.
San Antonio Current  |  Roberto Ontiveros  |  01-07-2011  |  Author Profiles & Interviews

Altared Statesnew

Bestselling author and Harvard professor Robert Putnam believes we're a religiously tolerant people -- just don't start in on politics.
Colorado Springs Independent  |  Chet Hardin  |  11-12-2010  |  Author Profiles & Interviews

Crocheting Cupcakes with Twinkie Channew

A San Francisco crafter crochets food.
East Bay Express  |  Anneli Rufus  |  11-11-2010  |  Author Profiles & Interviews

Flying Solonew

Grant Lawrence takes us on Adventures in Solitude.
Monday Magazine  |  Amanda Farrell-Low  |  10-29-2010  |  Author Profiles & Interviews

Chained to the Mast With Jim Nisbetnew

The local noir novelist is a cult favorite in Europe.
East Bay Express  |  Anneli Rufus  |  10-14-2010  |  Author Profiles & Interviews

Chuck Klosterman's Unusual Place in the Literary Worldnew

Chuck Klosterman occupies an unusual place in the literary world. His popular essays are neither purely journalistic nor academic nor critical.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Wyatt Williams  |  10-12-2010  |  Author Profiles & Interviews

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