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In <i>Mother Country</i>, Irina Reyn explores — and foreshadows — the forced separation of immigrant families

In Mother Country, Irina Reyn explores — and foreshadows — the forced separation of immigrant families

'What I'm addressing is that sense of forced separation'

Writer’s Digest editor-at-large Jessica Strawser brings newest novel to Penguin Bookshop

As a writer, Strawser has carved a niche for herself through in-depth stories about young women facing life-altering situations

Q&A with author Jonah Winter

'My childhood, idyllic? Uhm, in a word: no.'

Q&A with writer Hanif Abdurraqib

J.D. Barker teams up with Bram Stoker's great grand-nephew for prequel to Dracula

What's eerie about Dracul is how the voice of Bram Stoker seems to inhabit the pages

"These are hard times. Still, the past is worse": Historian Jill Lepore discusses her new book These Truths

Lepore speaks at Carnegie Music Hall on Mon., Jan. 14

Limetown podcast creators release book Limetown: The Prequel to the #1 Podcast

Warning: If you have not listened to the podcast, you will either be confused or have twists spoiled.

Award-winning author Erin Entrada Kelly visits Pittsburgh to talk her new book You Go First

"Some young people don't feel like they have anyone they can turn to. For them, my advice is to remember that no one defines who you are except you."

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