A Thrilling Conversation Writer Rachel Howzell Hall
“And Now She’s Gone’ explores the nature of secrets — and how violence and fear can lead you to abandon everything in order to survive.
A Visit with Ann Cleeves in “Vera Land”
Bestselling crime author Ann Cleeves joins us from her English home in the Northumberland to talk about her beloved literary characters including Vera Stanhope.
Yaa Gyasi’s Transcendent Kingdom, a deeply intimate, layered novel
A powerful, raw, intimate, deeply layered novel about a Ghanaian family in Alabama.
Elise Hooper, “Fast Girls: A Novel of the 1936 Women’s Olympic Team”
“Fast Girls” tells the story of three athletes determined to defy society’s expectations of what women can achieve.
Virtual Author Event with Nancy Pearl, “The Writer’s Library”
“The Writer’s Library” is a treasure for anyone who has been moved by the written word.
Jill McCorkle’s Novel Hieroglyphics Excavates A Powerful Story of Family, Connection and Resilience
Writer Jill McCorkle’s new novel “Hieroglyphics” examines connections between the past and present, the burden of secrets, and the legacy we leave behind.
Serena returns in Ron Rash’s new collection, “In the Valley”
The virtuosic novelist, poet, and storywriter, Ron Rash, offers a collection of ten searing stories in his new work, “In the Valley.”
“Atomic Love” by Jennie Fields: Intrigue, Secrets, Spies and a Love Triangle
“Atomic Love” by Jennie Fields features a brilliant woman scientist, espionage, and a love triangle set in the beginning of the Cold War.
How Ike Led: A Timely Book for Uncertain Times
In her new book, “How Ike Led,” President Eisenhower’s Granddaughter Susan looks at key inflection points in her grandfather’s life.
A Luminous Interview with Author Aimee Bender, “The Butterfly Lampshade”
In “The Butterfly Lampshade,” Aimee Bender presents a luminous, poignant examination of mental illness and the broken love between a mother and daughter.