Grady Hendrix on Horror, Survival, and “The Final Girl Support Group”

An interview with Grady Hendrix on “The Final Girl Support Group.”

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Colleen Oakley on Small Towns, Journalism, and the Peculiarities of Grief

An interview with the author of ‘The Invisible Husband of Frick Island,’ Colleen Oakley.

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“Bookish Broads” is A History of the Female Experience in Literature

An interview with Lauren Marino on “Bookish Broads,” an illustrated celebration of women writers.

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“One Writer’s Beginnings” Forges Connections Across Time and Place

The new edition of Eudora Welty’s instructive memoir “One Writer’s Beginnings” features an introduction by Natasha Trethewey.

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A Tapestry of Connectivity in “I Have Been Assigned the Single Bird”

Susan Cerulean’s recent memoir “I Have Been Assigned the Single Bird” chronicles both her end-of-life care for her octogenarian father and her stewardship of seabirds on an isolated Florida island.

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Ron Rash on Environmental Concerns, Short Stories, and “In the Valley”

An interview with Ron Rash on his recent collection “In the Valley.”

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John Lane on Invoking the Woods as a Character in “Whose Woods These Are”

An interview with John Lane on his latest novel “Whose Woods These Are.”

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