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Adriana Delgado

Adriana Delgado is a freelance journalist, with published reviews on independent and foreign films in publications such as Cineaction magazine and on Artfilmfile.com. She also works as an Editorial News Assistant for the Palm Beach Daily News (A.K.A. The Shiny Sheet) and contributes with book reviews for the well-known publication, Library Journal.

Interview: Helen Sedgwick, Author of ‘The Comet Seekers’

Author Helen Sedgwick about her book 'The Comet Seekers': “I knew that I wanted to write about people making different choices, and the multiple points of view allowed me to show why each of the characters make the decisions they do. It felt like the natural way to write a book about choice, and the ways in which we are both individual and connected.”

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Book Review: ‘And Every Morning The Way Home Gets Longer And Longer’ by Fredrik Backman

Fredrik Backman's 'And Every Morning The Way Home Gets Longer And Longer': "It turned into a small tale of how I'm dealing with slowly losing the greatest minds I know, about missing someone who is still here, and how I wanted to explain it all to my children. I'm letting it go now, for what it's worth."

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Interview: Hannah Kohler, Author of ‘The Outside Lands’

"There are a number of ideas I was exploring in this novel: ideas of truth and fiction in war—how war is mythologized before, during and after the fact; how story-telling acts a way to cope with trauma; how the trauma of the Vietnam War was a trauma of the American family."

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Interview: Stephanie Gangi, Author of ‘The Next’

Interview with Stephanie Gangi author of 'The Next': "I went with the whole idea of a ghost as a kind of metaphor for women of a certain age, that invisibility, not to mention how marginalized you are when you’re sick. All of these things really coalesced for me in the writing of the novel, a sort of the ghost in the machine."

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