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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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