Author Q&A: Leonard Mlodinow on The Upright Thinkers

Author and physicist Leornard Mlodinow tells us about his new book The Upright Thinkers, which spans the history of evolution and human thought in just one volume.

Author Q&A: Christine Finlayson on selling stories

To make a little extra change, many children set up lemonade stands in their neighborhoods when the weather heats up. But the young Tip Of A Bone author Christine Finlayson had a different sales pitch.

Author Q&A: Mary Pilon

Mary Pilon, author of The Monopolists, a book that delves into the surprisingly scandalous history behind the board game Monopoly, talks with us about her latest book.

Author Q&A: Gayle Forman on the popularity of YA novels

Young adult author Gayle Forman explains the potential power and the real-life importance behind many young adult novels.

Author Q&A: David Treuer on Prudence

David Treuer describes how his latest novel, Prudence, came together. Prudence tells the story of Frankie Washburn, who visits his hometown in Minnesota during WWII to celebrate his enlistment. The visit is interrupted when a German soldier escapes from a POW camp, the…

Author Q&A: Gayle Forman’s advice for young writers

Gayle Forman, author of I Was Here, gives advice to young writers.

Author Q&A: Listening for Coyotes by William Sullivan

Author William Sullivan regales us with tales from his 1,361-mile, 65-day solo hike across Oregon. More stories can be found in his book, Listening for Coyote.

Author Q&A: I Was Here by Gayle Forman

From best selling author Gayle Forman comes a story of death, youth, grieving, and resilience. To delve into a mystery surrounding the death of a teenage girl and the clues left behind, you can find I Was Here at any Powell's location or online.  

Author Q&A: Letting Go by Susan Sokol Blosser

Susan Sokol Blosser, author of Letting Go, likes to keep a well-stocked bookshelf. She tells us about two books currently in her rotation: The Force of Kindness by Sharon Salzburg and Rememberings by Pauline Wengeroff.  

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