The pop music critic shares the backstory of his biographical text on one of the most influential singer-songwriters in the U.S., Johnny Cash.
One of the most powerful voices in the Latino world today, Najera breaks down the challenges he’s faced while navigating Hollywood, which he writes about in his memoir, Almost White.
The inventive and award-winning storyteller talks about his latest effort: the collection, T.C. Boyle Stories II.
Jones brings to the forefront the complexity that was Jim Henson—as detailed in his biography of the beloved American icon that created the Muppets.
The creator of one of this generation’s most successful syndicated comic strips explains his text, How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big.
The Haitian-born writer discusses Claire of the Sea Light—her first novel in almost a decade and hailed by critics as one of the best novels of 2013.
The humorist and political commentator dissects his latest text, The Baby Boom.
Lemmon—the best-selling author of The Dressmaker of Khair Khana—assesses the escalation of the humanitarian crisis in Syria.
The pop music critic-turned-biographer shares the backstory of his new text, Johnny Cash: The Life.
The Stony Brook University gender studies professor discusses the research for his latest text, Angry White Men.