Daniel Nayeri talks about his next book The Many Assassinations of Samir, the Seller of Dreams, the similarities between our world and the world of the Silk Road, and dealing with creative distraction.
Thomas C. Gannon shares more about his upcoming book Birding While Indian: A Mixed-Blood Memoir, why he never thought of the work as a memoir, and the impossibility of writing about birds without being political.
Taleen Voskuni is the debut author of Sorry Bro. She discusses role-playing bravery through her main character and portraying the reality of being Armenian-American—in all its humor, happiness, generational trauma, and sorrow.
Dr. Eleanor Janega discusses her next book The Once and Future Sex: Going Medieval on Women’s Roles in Society, uplifting the lives and resistances of “ordinary” historical women, and why it is important for everyone to learn about the medieval past.
Tess Sharpe chats about her upcoming young adult romance 6 Times We Almost Kissed (And One Time We Did), finding inspiration in fanfiction, and writing about the complicated relationships between mothers and daughters.
Tanita S. Davis shares more about her upcoming middle grade novel Figure It Out, Henri Weldon, representing learning disabilities in her writing, and encouraging all readers to look for their strengths.