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Interview: Peter Palmieri, Author of ‘The Art of Forgetting’

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"Often, creativity stems from blending two seemingly unrelated subjects together to come up with a new idea." Read More »

Interview: Meaghan Fisher, Award-winning Children’s Author

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An interview with award-winning, author Meaghan Fisher. Read More »

Interview: John Lawson, Author of ‘Sorrow’

Fantasy author John Lawson talks about his latest novel.

"I’m not looking for a movie deal or fame or anything. Just looking to share the stories." Read More »

Interview: Alinka Rutkowska, Author of ‘Maya & Filippo Visit a Glacier’

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Award-winning children's author, Alinka Rutskowka talks about her passion for writing. Read More »

Interview: H. Peter Alesso, Author of ‘Lieutenant Henry Gallant’

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"Getting the hero into trouble is as much the author’s job, as getting him out of it." Read More »

Interview: John Fusco, Author of ‘Dog Beach’

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"... if you are driven by your story and characters you do whatever it takes. Like a cabinet maker, 8-10 hours a day." Read More »

Interview: Andrew Cratsley, Author of ‘Keepers of Runes and the Tower of Shadows’

"Success is measured by the amount of happiness you feel, not the amount of money you make."

"Although not every day is fruitful; I look forward to seeing what my efforts produce." Read More »

Interview: Donna Galanti, Author of ‘A Hidden Element’

"Let go – of your ego that is. Accept constructive criticism and be open to improving your writing."

"To succeed you cannot think your writing is perfect or that first draft is perfect or that your story can’t change." Read More »

Interview: Monte Beauchamp on His Collection ‘Masterful Marks: Cartoonists Who Changed the World’

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Rather than just tell short biographies of the 16 cartoonists featured, this impressive and fascinating book has other cartoonists draw the images accompanying the biographies in each cartoonist's unique style. So, for example, the biography of R. Crumb looks like something Crumb would have drawn. Read More »

Interview: Eric Shanower and Gabriel Rodriguez of ‘Little Nemo: Return to Slumberland’

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Modern artists revisit a timeless realm in a story 110 years old. Read More »