Author Q&A: Karl Taro Greenfeld

Q&A with the author of Triburbia A powerful portrait of unlikely friends and their neighborhood in transition, Triburbia strikes chords that range from haunting and heartbreaking to darkly funny and deeply poignant.

Author Q&A: Grady Smith

Tom Glenn speaks with the author of Blood Chit about his book and his experiences in Vietnam.

Q&A with Scott Lasser, Say Nice Things About Detroit

Did your mother ever tell you to say something nice or don't say anything at all?

Author Q&A: Carole Geithner

Q&A with Carole Geithner, author of the new book, If Only.


In these snapshots, you’ll find sexual exploitation; a downbeat novel about youthful frustration, disappointment and mistakes of the past; and a dark and stormy night when uninvited guests challenge propriety and expectations.


Hankering for the blues? Longing to learn a tad more about murder how-to? Wanting to spend some more time with those "engines of change," the American automobile and what those engines tell us about ourselves and our history? Then today's snapshot is for you. Enjoy.

Author Q&A: Madeline Miller, Winner of 2012 Orange Prize for Fiction

The Independent discusses Madeline Miller's book The Song of Achilles winner of the 2012 Orange Prize for Fiction.

Q&;A with Alice Randall

The Independent talks to Alice Randal, author of the new book Ada's Rules: A Sexy Skinny Novel.