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Author Talk: Adele Levine, author of Run, Don't Walk: The Curious and Chaotic Life of a Physical Therapist Inside Walter Reed Army Medical Center

Mar 28, 2014

Adele Levine’s memoir, RUN, DON’T WALK, is about her experience working as a physical therapist at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. Here, she talks about the impact working in the hospital’s amputee rehabilitation clinic had on her life, why she felt compelled to write about it and what she hopes readers will take away from her book.

Author Talk: Kristopher Jansma, author of The Unchangeable Spots of Leopards

Mar 6, 2014

Kristopher Jansma’s witty and inventive debut novel is about a young man’s quest to become a writer and the misadventures in life and love that take him around the globe. Here, he talks about the authors and books that inspired him, how he put together his novel and the nature of fiction in general.

Author Talk: Carol Cassella, author of Gemini

Mar 4, 2014

Carol Cassella is a practicing anesthesiologist and bestselling author. Here, she talks about her most recent novel, GEMINI, and shares her thoughts on mysteries, medicine and writing.

Author Talk: Jennifer Senior, author of All Joy and No Fun: The Paradox of Modern Parenthood

Mar 4, 2014

Jennifer Senior is a contributing editor at New York Magazine and author of ALL JOY AND NO FUN. Here, she talks to bestselling author Curtis Sittenfeld about her new book and considering parenting from both a personal and sociological perspective.

Author Talk: Tracy Shawn, author of The Grace of Crows

Feb 6, 2014

An Interview with author Tracy Shawn by David Starkey

Question: Saylor Crawmore, the protagonist of THE GRACE OF CROWS, is deeply anxious about almost everything. Why did you find her anxiety so compelling?

Tracy Shawn: I have suffered from severe anxiety myself and wanted to write a story that others could relate to, learn from, and ultimately gain perspective and a grounded kind of hope from, as well.