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  • BEA 2015: Anne Flett-Giordano: From Prime Time to Crime Time

    The confluence of three disparate elements gave impetus to the writing of Anne Flett-Giordano’s first mystery novel, "Marry, Kiss, Kill" (Prospect Park Books, June).

  • BEA 2015: Paolo Bacigalupi: The Future Is Now

    The 2009 award-winning bestseller (including a Hugo and a Nebula) "The Windup Girl" (Skyhorse), by Paolo Bacigalupi, is back.

  • BEA 2015: Janice Kaplan: The Strength of Gratitude

    Last New Year’s Eve, Janice Kaplan, a New York Times bestselling author and former Parade editor-in-chief, “started to wonder what I could do to have a good year ahead.

  • BEA 2015: H. S. Cross: An Obsession with Boarding School

    Debut novelist H.S. Cross knows the obvious prepublication question about "Wilberforce" (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Sept.), her debut set in St. Stephen’s English boarding school after WWI.

  • BEA 2015: Jeremy Scott: More Than Able

    Jeremy Scott, cofounder and co-creator of the YouTube sensation CinemaSins, has a good thing going with a website that has more than four million followers and 40 million-plus views a month.

  • BEA 2015: Linda Fairstein: Books and Bookings

    At end of Linda Fairstein’s Terminal City, the 16-book-long flirtation between Manhattan’s top sex crimes prosecutor, Alexandra Cooper, and New York City Police Detective Mike Chapman has finally moved into an affair.

  • BEA 2015: Ken Corday: The Gentle Art of Murder

    Hey, ladies! Have any dark, murderous thoughts? Ken Corday thinks you do, even if you’re loathe to admit it. In fact, he’s sure you do.

  • BEA 2015: Lee Child: Is Reacher in Love?

    In the opening scene of "Make Me" (Delacorte, Sept.), the 20th Jack Reacher novel, someone is digging a grave with a backhoe.

  • BEA 2015: Matt Burriesci: In Praise of Thinking

    Motivated by the birth of his first child, Matt Burriesci revisited the established canon of classical literature and wrote a book-length letter to his daughter, titling it, provocatively, "Dead White Men" (Cleis Press/Viva Editions).

  • BEA 2015: Alex Brunkhorst: A Window on the Wealthy

    Always write about what you know is a time honored writer's mantra. What Alex Brunkhorst knows is the world of lavish estates and the opulent lifestyle that comes with them.

  • BEA 2015: Geraldine Brooks Plays King David's Secret Chord

    While Geraldine Brooks built her career as a roving journalist, covering global hot spots like the Middle East and the Balkans, she is also renowned as a fiction writer who reaches into the past to write critically acclaimed novels.

  • BEA 2015: Raymond Barfield: Inspired by Listening

    Dr. Raymond Barfield, a pediatric oncologist and associate professor of philosophy at Duke Divinity School, credits the protagonist of his novel, "The Book of Colors" (Unbridled Books), for helping him learn to be his best in all aspects of his life.

  • BEA 2015: Corban Addison: Writing on the World Stage

    Corban Addison writes novels that speak to the human condition and focus on people who act on the world stage, who face struggles that speak to the great injustices occurring around the globe.

  • BEA 2015: Katherine Heiny: A Carefree Approach

    Katherine Heiny has learned to ignore conventional wisdom about the path a fiction writer is supposed to take to find success.

  • BEA 2015: Vu Tran Enjoys a Series of Firsts

    Vu Tran is attending his first BEA this year, in advance of the publication of his first novel, "Dragonfish" (Norton, Aug.), which features four characters who are already old familiars.

  • BEA 2015: Nicole ‘Snooki' Polizzi: Unleashing a New Mindset

    Now 28 years old, reality star Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi grew up before our eyes.

  • BEA 2015: Tracey Stewart: Loving Her Rescue Animals

    Tracey Stewart lives on a New Jersey farm with her husband, Daily Show host Jon Stewart, two kids, four dogs, two pot-bellied pigs, two hamsters, three rabbits, two guinea pigs, one parrot, and two horses.

  • BEA 2015: Leonard Pitts Jr.: Black Lives Matter

    Newspaper columnist Leonard Pitts Jr. is both fascinated and frustrated with how perceptions of race, culture, and what constitutes progress have evolved in this country in the 40 years between Martin Luther King's assassination in 1968 and the election of Barack Obama.

  • BEA 2015: David Payne: An Ode to His Brother

    Acclaimed novelist David Payne needed many years to prepare him to write "Barefoot to Avalon" (Grove/Atlantic, Aug.), a memoir about the death of his beloved younger brother, George A.

  • BEA 2015: Suzan-Lori Parks: He's Coming Home

    Sometimes a common theme in childhood inspires one's art. Such is the case for Pulitzer Prize–winning playwright and author Suzan-Lori Parks, who grew up in a military family.

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