The cartoonist and author of the memoir Are You My Mother? on writing, therapy, and a daughter's quest for love.
The Clerks director talks about his new book, his popular podcasts, and his impending retirement from film.
The author of a new memoir about parenting a child born with Down syndrome talks about learning to change her worldview, one day at a time.
The short story author speaks on curiosity, self-promotion, and life in a very small country.
The author of Imagine talks about the nature of creativity, and how we can boost our own capacity to invent.
The author of Why Be Happy When You Can Be Normal? talks about the consequences of "spiritual damage."
Eloisa James talks with the author about her new novel Rainshadow Road.
The author of Enemies: A History of the FBI talks J. Edgar Hoover, 9/11, and the Bureau's balancing act between liberty and security.
The author of Charles Dickens: A Life on what happens "when you live with Dickens for years."
Talking Mailer, Kipling, and Tranströmer with the author of The Cat's Table.
The singer on the tracks that have built a legendary career.
The creator of Inspector Wexford discusses her fictional alter ego.
A time-traveling journey through an urban landscape and the writers it's sustained.
The author of The Pacific talks about the book, the HBO series, and the dark side of the "Good War."
In his latest book, The Social Animal, New York Times columnist David Brooks explores who we are and
how we got that way. He discusses his findings in a conversation with James Mustich.
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