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Abby Geni: Uneasy Reading from the Author of The Wildlands

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Abby Geni: Uneasy Reading from the Author of The Wildlands

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Abby Geni's new novel "The Wildlands," is the story of a child caught up in a loved one's acts of terror. The author shares a list of books that showcase the malleability of the mind.
There There

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There There

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In his debut novel, Tommy Orange tells the story of Native Americans searching for a home in a 21st century city.
The B&N Podcast: National Book Award Winner Jesmyn Ward

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The B&N Podcast: National Book Award Winner Jesmyn Ward

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The winner of the 2017 National Book Award for Fiction talks about her visionary novel "Sing, Unburied, Sing."
“No Pressure, Right?” Lenora Chu in Conversation with Michael Levy

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“No Pressure, Right?” Lenora Chu in Conversation with Michael Levy

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An educational talk with the author of "Little Soldiers: An American Boy, a Chinese School, and the Global Race to Achieve."
Almost Anything Can Grow Lighter: Heather Harpham in Conversation with Bret Anthony Johnston

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Almost Anything Can Grow Lighter: Heather Harpham in Conversation with Bret Anthony Johnston

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The author of the new memoir "Happiness" talks with Bret Anthony Johnston about her journey along a "crooked little road to semi-ever after."
A Novel on the Rise: Robin Sloan and Kevin Nguyen Talk “Sourdough”

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A Novel on the Rise: Robin Sloan and Kevin Nguyen Talk “Sourdough”

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The author of "Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Book Bookstore" returns with a book that is (and isn't) about a humble loaf of bread. A conversation with Kevin Nguyen.
Celeste Ng

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Celeste Ng

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The author of "Little Fires Everywhere" talks about how a tale of suburban scandal became a map of 21st-century America's discontents.
Yaa Gyasi

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Yaa Gyasi

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The author of "Homegoing" talks about how a visit to a fortress on the coast of Ghana inspired her award-winning debut.
Sherman Alexie

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Sherman Alexie

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“The primal need for stories is the most important thing in anybody’s life…we’re all still children being read to.” We talk with the author of You Don't Have to Say You Love Me.
The Essay’s Not Dead Yet: Scaachi Koul and Jason Diamond

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The Essay’s Not Dead Yet: Scaachi Koul and Jason Diamond

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Scaachi Koul, the author of "One Day We'll All Be Dead and None of this Will Matter" on writing online and at length -- with a bonus explanation of Canada....
Great Reading on the High Seas: Linnea Hartsuyker

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Great Reading on the High Seas: Linnea Hartsuyker

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The author of the new Viking epic "The Half-Drowned King" on the best high-seas reading.
Lisa Ko on Immigration and the Inspiration for “The Leavers”

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

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