Interview with Johanna Skibsrud

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Hailing from Nova Scotia, Canada, Johanna Skibsrud is the author of two novels, Quartet for the End of Time (Norton 2014), and the 2010 Scotiabank Giller Prize winning, The Sentimentalists

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Interview with Aurelie Sheehan

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Aurelie Sheehan’s novel History Lesson for Girls tells the story of the awkward protagonist, Alison, who suffers from scoliosis which isolates her from her peers.  When her family moves to a

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Interview with Ellen Hopkins

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Ellen Hopkins is well known for multiple NYT Best Selling Novels such as Crank, a true story based on her daughter, Cristal’s battle with drugs, Burned, Impulse, Perfect, and Tilt

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Interview with Nita Tyndall

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Nita Tyndall is a tiny Southern queer with a deep love of sweet tea and very strong opinions about the best kind of barbecue (hint: it’s vinegar-based.) In addition to

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Interview with Carol Matas

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Carol Matas is an established children’s and young adult literature author, with 45 published books and counting. With a focus of writing historical fiction with Jewish themes, she has written

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Interview with Nooshie Motaref

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Nooshie Motaref grew up in Persia, and studied in four countries — Iran, Germany, Switzerland, and the United States. She received her master’s and doctorate degrees in American Literature and

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