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The writer talks illness, "Friday porn," and when to conclude a memoir.

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The playwright’s debut novel, Al-Tounsi, explores just how much Supreme Court justices’ personal lives influence their legal rulings.

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The novelist tackles the complexity of human touch — or the lack thereof.

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Kurt Newman, MD, is president and CEO of Children’s National in Washington, DC. His 30-year career as a pediatric surgeon inspired him to write Healing Children, a memoir-slash-call-to-arms about the importance of kid-centered healthcare and standalone pediatric hospitals.

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The former soldier and prosecutor talks about his unusual path to writing — and the eerie prescience of his debut novel.

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The novelist/poet discusses westerns, accolades, and her admiration for world-building narratives.

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The South African novelist talks Apartheid, heroes, and a dark, mysterious forest.

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The historian behind The Evangelicals explores the political power of true believers.