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Courtney Collins
I have a faith in fiction – that it allows us to understand ourselves better (03 Giugno 2014)
Intervista di Courtney Collins di Bernard Strainchamps

Courtney Collins is an Australian writer. The Untold is her first novel.


Hannah Kent

Hannah Kent is an Australian writer. Burial Rites is her first novel.


Fiona McFarlane
I write about Australian life because it fascinates and moves me (24 Aprile 2014)
Intervista di Fiona McFarlane di Lara Touitou

Fiona McFarlane is an Australian writer. The Night Guest is her first novel.


Julia Angwin

Julia Angwin is an award-winning investigative journalist at the independent news organization ProPublica.


Ben Lerner

Ben Lerner is a poet and published several poetry collections. Leaving the Atocha Station is his first novel.


Amity Gaige
It's a little bit crazy to try to reconcile your old life with your new life (06 Marzo 2014)
Intervista di Amity Gaige di Lara Touitou

Amity Gaige is the author of three novels, O My Darling (2005), The Folded World (2007), and Schroder, which was recently shortlisted for The Folio Prize.


Patrick Deville
On the Deville expressway (26 Febbraio 2014)
Intervista di Patrick Deville di Bernard Strainchamps, tradotto da Lara Touitou

Plague and Cholera won the prestigious Prix Femina in France. Discover the author of 2012’s French literary phenomemon in a short interview.


Jennifer Clement
Publicity shames the Mexican government and shame is a great force of change (18 Febbraio 2014)
Intervista di Jennifer Clement di Lara Touitou

Jennifer Clement has studied literature in New York and Paris. She was awarded the NEA Fellowship for Literature for her third novel Prayers for the Stolen.


Diane Wei Liang
Betrayals are partly the result of history and culture and partly human nature (10 Febbraio 2014)
Intervista di Diane Wei Liang di Bernard Strainchamps

Diane Wei Liang was born in Beijing and spent part of her childhood in a labor camp with her parents. She now lives in London. Paper Butterfly is her second novel.


Maggie O'Farrell
I've always been interested in people who exit from their lives (04 Febbraio 2014)
Intervista di Maggie O'Farrell di Lara Touitou

Maggie O’Farrell was born in Northern Ireland and grew up in Wales and in Scotland. She won the Costa Book Award for Best Novel in 2010 for her novel The Hand That First Held Mine. Her sixth novel, Instructions for a Heatwave, was nominated for the 2013 Costa Book Award.


Eva Rice
In the early 1960s, no one wanted anything "old", they all wanted modern (29 Gennaio 2014)
Intervista di Eva Rice di Bernard Strainchamps

Eva Rice has written three novels and one non-fiction book. She lives in London.


Kerry Hudson
Depicting life on Britain's poorer streets was a very conscious decision (28 Gennaio 2014)
Intervista di Kerry Hudson di Lara Touitou

Kerry Hudson was born in Aberdeen. Tony Hogan Bought Me an Ice-cream Float Before He Stole My Ma is her first novel and was shortlisted for the Guardian First Book award.


Samantha Ellis

Samantha Ellis is a playwright. In How To Be A Heroine, she examines the influence of her favourite literary heroines on her own life.


Simon Rich
When your ex-girlfriend dates someone new, it can feel like she's dating Hitler (22 Gennaio 2014)
Intervista di Simon Rich di Lara Touitou

Simon Rich writes novels, short stories and has written for the long-running TV show Saturday Night Live. His latest collection The Last Girlfriend on Earth deals with love, relationships and aliens.


Alexander Maksik
I was always interested in the stories of people who set out to recreate their lives (13 Gennaio 2014)
Intervista di Alexander Maksik di Lara Touitou

Alexander Maksik is a writer. His work has notably appeared in The Atlantic, Harper’s Magazine and The New York Times Magazine. A Marker to Measure Drift is his second novel.


Jussi Adler-Olsen
To me it is all about finding my own way (10 Gennaio 2014)
Intervista di Jussi Adler-Olsen di Bernard Strainchamps

Jussi Adler-Olsen is a Danish crime author. The Purity of Vengeance is the fourth novel in the Department Q series.


Jennifer DuBois
I wanted to explore Russian political realities (06 Gennaio 2014)
Intervista di Jennifer DuBois di Lara Touitou

Jennifer DuBois lives in Texas and A Partial History of Lost Causes is her first novel. It won numerous prizes and was a finalist for the PEN/Hemingway Award for Debut Fiction.


Robert Littell
We are always aware of what we have gained from modern innovations but we never stop to think what we have lost (18 Novembre 2013)
Intervista di Robert Littell di Bernard Strainchamps

Robert Littell has been awarded both the Gold Dagger and the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for his fiction. His novel The Company was a New York Times bestseller and was adapted into a television miniseries. A Nasty Piece of Work is his 17th novel.


Will Schwalbe
Literature starts with an act of sharing (07 Novembre 2013)
Intervista di Will Schwalbe di Lara Touitou

The End of Your Life Book Club is the story of Will Schwalbe and his mother Mary Anne Schwalbe after she was diagnosed with cancer. Their mutual love for books and reading is at the heart of this personal journey through life and literature.


David Vann
I write Greek tragedy told through a wild western landscape (04 Ottobre 2013)
Intervista di David Vann di Lara Touitou

David Vann was born in the Aleutian Islands and spent his childhood in Ketchikan, Alaska. He is the author of the international bestseller Legend of a Suicide, which has been translated into eighteen languages and won several prizes including the Prix Médicis Étranger, Caribou Island and Dirt.