Zig-Zag Boy by Tanya Frank is a collective book, giving voice to all families who have experienced this often terrifying and jarring experience.
Our archive of interviews with authors, publishers, agents, filmmakers, and other literary and publishing professionals.
INTERVIEW: Candace Cahill, Author of GOODBYE AGAIN
Goodbye Again, a memoir by Candace Cahill, is a welcome addition to the canon of adoption stories.
INTERVIEW: Gayle Brandeis, Author of Drawing Breath: Essays on Writing, the Body, & Loss
Leslie Lindsay speaks to author Gayle Brandeis about her latest book, Drawing Breath: Essays on Writing, the Body & Loss.
INTERVIEW: Mary Alice Hostetter, Author of Plain: A Memoir of a Mennonite Girlhood
We speak with Mary Alice Hostetter about Plain, her memoir of finding her authentic self amid a rigid upbringing in a Mennonite farm family.
INTERVIEW: Elizabeth Damewood Gaucher, Founding Editor of Longridge Review
We speak with Elizabeth Damewood Gaucher, founder and editor-in-chief of Longridge Review.
INTERVIEW: Deirdre Fagan, Author of Find a Place for Me
Find a Place for Me: Embracing Love and Life in the Face of Death is a memoir about facing a marriage’s last act as a couple united in mind and holding hands
INTERVIEW: Juliet Patterson, Author of SINKHOLE: A Natural History of a Suicide
Sinkhole: A Legacy of Suicide by Juliet Patterson is part-investigation, part- memoir, part-ecological, and pure poetry.
INTERVIEW: J. Michael Lennon, author of Mailer’s Last Days: New and Selected Remembrances of a Life in Literature
J. Michael Lennon’s literary identity has been intertwined with that of legendary writer Norman Mailer for more than a half century.
INTERVIEW: Alan Henry, author of Seen, Heard and Paid: The New Work Rules for the Marginalized
Seen, Heard, and Paid is more than a guide for marginalized employees. It’s also an inspiring narrative of a journalist and editor…
INTERVIEW: Sarah Fawn Montgomery, author of Halfway From Home
Throughout this nonlinear collection, Montgomery explores how we try to preserve our lives in things—in our homes, our forests, our oceans, our bodies.