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Lisa Ko on Immigration and the Inspiration for “The Leavers”

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Lisa Ko on Immigration and the Inspiration for “The Leavers”

Posted by Miwa Messer ×

The author of than award-winning debut talks with Kaitlyn Greenidge about how we see (and don't see) the immigrant body.
“Under Indifferent Stars”

DAYBOOK

“Under Indifferent Stars”

By Steve King ×

Marking a nightmare anniversary: seventy-five years ago this week, Nazi transports began taking the Jews of Warsaw to be murdered at Treblinka.
The Genre of Life: On Frank Robinson and Samuel Delany

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The Genre of Life: On Frank Robinson and Samuel Delany

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Revelations and riches in a memoir from a pioneer of pulp fiction and a new collection of journals from an SF icon. Review by Paul Di Filippo.
Colson Whitehead

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Colson Whitehead

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Colson Whitehead talks about how his award-winning bestseller "The Underground Railroad" went from idea to the page.
John Grisham

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John Grisham

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In this episode of the B&N Podcast, John Grisham talks with Jim Mustich about how his first audience for fiction was an unintended one: a law school professor who read with a distinctly critical...
Paula Hawkins

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Paula Hawkins

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The author of "The Girl on the Train" talks about why her follow-up is an even more intense tale that turns on women who won't do what they're told.
J. Courtney Sullivan

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J. Courtney Sullivan

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In J. Courtney Sullivan's fiction, though, happiness and unhappiness aren't states of being but unpredictable currents that sweep families along and deposit them in unexpected new places....
Peter Gethers

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Peter Gethers

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Every author has a story beyond the one that they put down on paper. The Barnes & Noble Podcast goes between the lines with today’s most interesting writers, exploring what inspires...
Omar Robert Hamilton: 5 Books About Right Now

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Omar Robert Hamilton: 5 Books About Right Now

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The author of "The City Always Wins" recommends reading to make sense of a chaotic world.
No Man an Island: Christopher Bollen on the “Bodily” Thriller

INTERVIEW

No Man an Island: Christopher Bollen on the “Bodily” Thriller

A Conversation with Amy Gall ×

The author of "The Destroyers" talks about fantasies of the end of the world and the hidden side of male friendship in his new thriller.
Our Little Racket

READING IN COMMON

Our Little Racket

Reviewed by Heller McAlpin ×

The aftermath of the 2007 financial crisis plays out in the lives of women in a wealthy NYC suburb in this "massively ambitious" debut novel. Review by Heller McAlpin.
Proust, Hardy, and Spam: 10 Things I Learned About Literature from Monty Python

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Proust, Hardy, and Spam: 10 Things I Learned About Literature from Monty Python

By Chris Barsanti ×

Why growing up obsessed with world's most literate comedy troupe ought to be worth college credit. By Chris Barsanti.