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The only thing better than reading is connecting with your favorite authors. Bookish’s author exclusives keep readers in touch with writers through interviews, book recommendations, and essays.

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Today marks the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice." The classic novel of marriage and manners introduced to the world two of...

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In 2004, Nick Flynn wrote a bestselling memoir, Another Bullshit Night in Suck City, about working in a Boston homeless shelter where his estranged...

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Rilla Askew’s novels tackle big themes: early 20th-century race riots, the Great Depression, the Vietnam War era. Her latest, Kind of Kin, focuses on...

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In this Zola Q&A, Sonja Lyubomirsky—author of The Myths of Happiness, a new book exploring popular misconceptions about what actually brings us joy—discusses the...

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Consider the Fork, a new cutlery-and-cookware history, explains how chopsticks influenced evolution and suggests a kitchen appliance due for a revival. Zola: You researched everything...

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In 1973, well before the first novel in his acclaimed Burke series hit bookstore shelves, Andrew Vachss wrote A Bomb Built in Hell—the story...

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How rare is the neurological disorder known as Anti-NMDA-Receptor Autoimmune Encephalitis? Susannah Cahalan is only 217th person in history to be diagnosed with it....

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Newly out in paperback, Jami Attenberg's bestselling novel, "The Middlesteins," is about a Jewish family in the Chicago suburbs whose interrelationships are complicated by their own fraught relationships...

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Screenwriter Evan Daugherty has had quite the year. His script for "Snow White and the Huntsman" (which sold in a massive Hollywood bidding war) was realized as...

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Who is Lemony Snicket? Few have ever seen his face, and he only answers questions through his representative, fellow author Daniel Handler. But with...

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