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We Yearn for a Dynamic Landscape Where Art is Integral and Valued: A Q&A with Theresa Rebeck

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Praised by Kirkus Reviews as "a rare honest story about love, ambition, and compromise," Theresa Rebeck's new novel, I'm Glad About You, follows the lives of two former high school sweethearts — one, an aspiring actress determined to make it big in New York; the other, a deeply religious doctor who never left the Midwest

March 15, 2016 | Colwill Brown

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The Politics of Language: An Interview with A. Igoni Barrett

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Harvard Book Store's New Voices in Fiction series, presented with GrubStreet, invites hotly anticipated debut novelists to talk about their work and their writing process

February 26, 2016 | Jonathan Escoffery

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Pretty Sentences Should Add Up To Something: An Interview with Hannah Tennant-Moore

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Harvard Book Store's New Voices in Fiction series, presented with GrubStreet, invites hotly anticipated debut novelists to talk about their work and their writing process

February 16, 2016 | Colwill Brown

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What An Author Looks Like: Nicola Yoon

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Madeline (Maddy) Whittier, seventeen-year-old protagonist of Everything, Everything, is allergic to, well, everything, and has never been outside. But that doesn’t stop her from vividly imagining the world and taking risks to experience more, just like being a brand new mom didn’t stop the book’s author, Nicola Yoon, from writing.

January 26, 2016 | Lisa Paige

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Bringing Good Things to the Page and Beyond: An Interview with Kwame Alexander

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New York Times bestselling author Kwame Alexander explains how there’s much more to the writing craft than setting words on a page. It isn’t just a job; it’s a lifestyle where artists give and receive inspiration in a thriving cycle that’s powerful enough to generate positive changes in the world.

January 8, 2016 | Eson Kim

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