Adriana Delgado

Adriana Delgado is a freelance journalist whose reviews of independent and foreign films have appeared in Cineaction magazine, on Artfilmfile.com, and elsewhere. She also works as an editorial news assistant for the Palm Beach Daily News (aka, “the Shiny Sheet”) and contributes to Library Journal.


12 entries by Adriana Delgado

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The debut novelist talks Rio, family strife, and the challenge of writing complex characters.

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The New York Times Book Review editor talks about life with "Bob."

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The first-time novelist talks loneliness, mental illness, and the transformative power of human kindness.

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In her latest work, The Arrangement, the novelist explores the fraught territory of open marriages.

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

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What do you get when you mix an endearing 32-year-old protagonist, her overbearing and highly dysfunctional family, and a lovely new bungalow in which the previous owner died? The answer: On Turpentine Lane.

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The children's writer discusses her first novel for grown-ups, The Light We Lost.

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In her newest work, This Is Not Over, the novelist tackles private rage played out publicly on social media.

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The New York Times film guru discusses his recent book, Better Living Through Criticism.

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The former actress discusses hardship, Hollywood, and her satisfying switch to writing.

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The American expat talks about the writing process, the challenge of crafting strong characters, and her life in Greece.

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The novelist discusses The Wicked City, strong female characters, and the allure of the Jazz Age.