Scott Snyder first spoke to Suicidegirls back in 2010. At the time he was a short story writer about to launch his first comic series, American Vampire, from DC’s Vertigo imprint with the help of his friend Stephen King. Since then he’s become one of the prominent writers in comics and one of the primary creators at DC Comics. In recent years he
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Benjamin Percy earned a lot of acclaim for a series of books including the short story collections like "Refresh, Refresh" and novels like "The Wilding," but it was with his 2013 novel "Red Moon" that he became a bestselling writer. The book is a werewolf story, but it’s a story about politics, a story about people living with war and a moving and powerful
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slinky:
I enjoyed reading this. Makes me want to pick up this book and start reading.

You know who Chuck Palahniuk is. The novelist and journalist remains perhaps best known as the author of "Fight Club," the bestselling novel that was made into a critically acclaimed cult film in 1999, but Palahniuk has written more than a dozen novels including "Choke," "Diary," "Haunted" and "Invisible Monsters." He has a short story collection, "Make Something Up: Stories You Can't Unread" which
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waitrite:
Oh :) excellent 
prettyneurotic:
Love his work! Can't wait to read these. 

Rhianna Pratchett has a famous last name, but for more than a decade she’s made a name for herself working in the videogame industry writing a long list of games including "Heavenly Sword," "Overlord" and "Mirror’s Edge." Recently she’s written "Thief" and been the lead writer on 2013’s "Tomb Raider" and this year’s upcoming "Rise of the Tomb Raider." She
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Even after more than a dozen novels, Lisa Unger remains a hard writer to pin down. She writes supernatural thrillers, but in a genre that tends to be very plot-driven with thin characters, her books are character dramas as much as they are edge of your seat thrillers, building tension page by page with characters who are haunted–sometimes figuratively and sometimes literally.

Her new
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William Gibson needs little introduction. It’s been thirty years since his first novel “Neuromancer” was published and while it’s long been a cliché to say that the book was more than just a significant science fiction novel, but a cultural touchstone. Since then Gibson has published eight more novels and a collection of essays. His new novel is “The Peripheral.” The novel takes...
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Amanda Palmer is well know for her work as a musician, but she’s also known for her 2013 TED talk, which garnered a lot of attention about using the internet to find and nurture an audience. It’s possible to know all this, like her work, and still be unprepared for her book "The Art of Asking." The book builds on the ideas she...
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nimphodora:
Awesome. I love her. :)
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Cory Doctorow is a busy man. He’s known for a great series of science fiction and fantasy novels including “Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom,” “Little Brother” and “For The Win.” He’s a blogger and journalist, a co-editor of Boing Boing, and a activist for changing copyright laws.

This fall he has two new books out. One is the graphic novel “In...
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drocculari:
Thanks Alex. Good interview.
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Patricia Lockwood made a splash online when her poem “Rape Joke” went viral in 2013 after it published on The Awl. It was included in Best American Poetry 2014 and was awarded a Pushcart Prize. Lockwood’s new book is "Motherland Fatherland Homelandsexuals." It’s her second book after 2012’s Balloon Pop Outlaw Black, though you likely know her from twitter.

Her poems are...
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Alena Smith is a playwright who studied at the Yale School of Drama. She’s written many plays including “The Piven Monologues,” “Plucker,” and “The Bad Guys,” which was turned into a recent feature film, radio plays (“The Horse Counselor,” “My Virtual Owl”) and various short films (“Writing Date,” “Miss America”). She’s currently a staff writer on the HBO show “The Newsroom.”

Her first
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