An Interview with Joseph Scapellato

Conducted by Kathleen Grennan, Katya Horne, and Clara Howard Joseph Scapellato lives in Lewisburg, PA with his wife and daughter. In his most recent novel, ​The Made-Up Man (2019), he mixes humor with an alluring plot line that enthralls the curious, self-reflective mind, and reaches the heart of what it means to ‘know oneself’. Scapellato

An Interview with Jonathan Dee

Conducted by Adam Kearing, Hannah Langley, and Matthew Mazzella Jonathan Dee, a Pulitzer Prize nominated author, has written seven successful novels over the course of his career, including A Thousand Pardons and The Privileges. Originally from northwestern Connecticut, Dee moved to New York City shortly after graduating from Yale University. During his years at Yale,

An Interview with Lisa See

Conducted by Emma Paxton, Molly McCarthy, and Kate Picone Lisa See is an author of young adult novels that all incorporate the experiences of Chinese people, particularly the relationships between women within families. Although Ms. See is not completely Chinese, her grandfather was and she has felt very connected to this part of her family.

An Interview with Eric Bennett

Conducted by Andrea Reyes, Chris Sebastian, and Gianna Simoncelli Eric Bennett grew up in Michigan and attended Deep Springs College and Harvard College for his undergraduate years. He later received his MFA in fiction from the University of Iowa, subsequently receiving his Ph.D. in English from Harvard University. Bennett now lives in Providence, Rhode Island

An Interview with Lisa Gardner

Conducted by Alia Spring, Kate Ward, and Max Waite Lisa Gardner is a #1 New York Times bestselling thriller and mystery writer. She has published over thirty novels including The Perfect Husband, The Killing Hour, The Third Victim and The Survivors Club. Four of her novels were transformed into TV movies including The Perfect Husband

An Interview with Karen Lee Boren

Conducted by Julia Zgurzynski, Jason Welch and Caroline Wilson Karen Lee Boren grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, a location she has kept with her in much of her writing. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a degree        in English, before getting an MFA in creative writing from Wichita State University. She then returned

An Interview with Thomas Christopher Greene

Conducted By: Charles Pandit, Natalia Mozzicato, and Julia Ogonowsky Thomas Christopher Greene is a highly esteemed novelist and is well versed in the arts. His work has achieved worldwide recognition and has been translated into eleven languages. He has been nominated for the IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, and his first novel, Mirror Lake, was labeled

An Interview with Paul Tremblay

Conducted By: Emily Ball, Duncan Brown, Hailey Fragoso Paul Tremblay is primarily a horror author, with roots in detective stories as well. His career has garnered praise from other horror writers such as Stephen King, and he has won the Bram Stoker, British Fantasy, and Massachusetts Book awards. Tremblay went to undergrad at Providence College,

An Interview with Philip Klay

Conducted by Alyssa Marcus, Lukas Grover, and Christin Jakub Phil Klay is an American author and veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps from Westchester, New York. Upon graduating Dartmouth College, Klay served in Iraq during the U.S troop surge, serving 13 months in the Anbar Province of Iraq between 2007 and 2008, and he completed

An Interview with Danielle Evans

Conducted By: Sienna Strickland, Tess Varley, and Talia Rueda Daniella Evans is a young and successful author who is currently coming out with her second novel, ​The Office of Historical Corrections​. Throughout her career she has written pieces highlighting the themes of race, class, gender, and self-actualization. Her first story collection, Before You Suffocate Your