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Self described as a cat herder and lady knight, we've been a fan of Katherine's for some time - and hope you are too!
You might have seen our most recent interviewee in any number of your favorite YA books, sulking in a corner and staring at you with his icy blue eyes that sparkle like a thousand stars...
The ReMade author stopped by for a chat! Fair warning - his soul is a Night Fury.
This season of Tremontaine sees a few new faces in Riverside as well as the Writer's Room! Amongst them is Tessa Gratton, who took a break from her wizardly ambitions to join Ellen Kushner and co. for Season Two. We just had to sit down with her immediately to learn more, so read on to find out what her secret power would be - and why she's rather fond of things both ugly and glorious.
Tomorrow, September 14th, marks a very special date for Serial Box: Bookburners reaches is Season Two finale and ReMade finds its official launch! To celebrate we are delighted to have Andrea Phillips - an author with the special distinction of being on both writing teams - sit down for some tasty Q+A!
Meet Whitehall author Liz Duffy Adams: award-winning playwright, benevolent super-villain, and kindred sloth.
Meet Sarah Smith: winner of the Agatha and Massachusetts Book Awards, lover of "Mistress Masham's Repose," and citizen of Starbucks with the soul of a harpy eagle.
With historical fiction ever on our minds while we await Queen Catherine's royal return (WHITEHALL comes back from hiatus next week!), we sat down for a chat with the amazing historical fiction author Alyssa Palombo!
Meet Barbara Samuel and her wonderful crew of writing personas: the Girls in the Basement.
She once made herself the schoolyard social pariah by demanding a stoup of canary (that’s a tankard of white wine) at kindergarten juice time. #TheMoreYouKnow
It's not every day you get to meet a swordswoman and healer of books.