The author of the National Book Award-winning Sing, Unburied, Sing on the pressure of accolades, discovering new stories and processing pain.
The author of Little Fires Everywhere on class markers, digging into the suburbs, and the depictions of East Asian characters in art.
Talking to the Crawl Space cartoonist about putting characters in danger, the union between humans and nature, and the effects on his work of living in a beautiful place.
The author of the new Jann Wenner biography Sticky Fingers on writing a book that angers its subject, the influence and legacy of Rolling Stone, and the narcissism of Baby Boomers.
The author of Brother on inherited trauma, not telling stories that make Canada feel good, and how communities endure.
The author of Rise of the Necrofauna on cloning departed pets, important beetles, and the power of the northern white rhino.
The author of Collected Tarts and Other Indelicacies on The Simpsons, pranks, and saying hello to puppies.
The author of Augustown on belief, class and racism in Jamaica, and unhappy endings.
The As It Happens host and author of All We Leave Behind on fighting to cover conflict as a female journalist in the ’80s, Canada’s refugee system, and maintaining a moral compass.
The author of F-Bomb discusses men’s rights activists, the changes in modern feminism, and why the movement can’t be a monolith.
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