Jenny Offill Presents Weather

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Monday, February 24th, 2020 | 900 views

Jenny Offill discusses WEATHER at Books Are Magic with Rumaan Alam

Jenny Offill and Rumaan Alam discuss Weather, climate change, and librarians.

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Paul Yoon Discusses Run Me To Earth

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Monday, February 3rd, 2020 | 1,007 views

Paul Yoon talks with Hernan Diaz about Run Me To Earth, his latest novel, at Greenlight Bookstore in Fort Greene Brooklyn

Paul Yoon and Hernan Diaz discuss Run Me To Earth, layering narratives with forces in opposition to each other, and how writing is like painting.

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Tochi Onyebuchi Presents Riot Baby

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Friday, January 24th, 2020 | 811 views

Tochi Onybuchi discusses RIOT BABY, his debut adult novel with Marlon James at the Strand

Tochi Onyebuchi talked with Marlon James about Riot Baby, systemic racism, and limiting supernatural powers.

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Chana Porter Launches The Seep

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Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020 | 841 views

Amy Brady Talks with Chana Porter about THE SEEP at Powerhouse

Chana Porter discusses The Seep and talks about dystopias, utopias, and our interconnected world.

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Leland Cheuk Presents No Good Very Bad Asian

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Monday, October 7th, 2019 | 969 views

Leland Cheuk present NO GOOD VERY BAD ASIAN at WORD Bookstore in Brooklyn

Leland Cheuk discussed his new novel No Good Very Bad Asian, talked about standup comedy, and the hardest part about writing comedy is often knowing when to be serious.

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Téa Obreht Reads Inland

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Wednesday, September 4th, 2019 | 1,177 views

Téa Obreht Reads Inland

How does a novelist follow a critically acclaimed debut novel? Since publishing The Tiger’s Wife, Téa Obreht wrote and threw away two whole novels. Disconnected from the narratives, she didn’t feel they books answered any new questions. That all changed when she heard a history podcast about the American Camel Corps. From the moment she started writing Inland she felt connected to the story.

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Rumaan Alam Talked with Emma Straub about That Kind of Mother

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Tuesday, June 19th, 2018 | 3,787 views

Rumaan Alam and Emma Straub discuss THAT KIND OF MOTHER at Books Are Magic in Brooklyn

Rumaan Alam spoke with Emma Straub about his second novel That Kind of Mother, writing about the 1980s, and wanting to be a prolific author.

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Nafkote Tamirat Talks About The Parking Lot Attendant

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Monday, April 2nd, 2018 | 2,837 views

Nafkote Tamirat discusses The Parking Lot Attendant, wanting to be famous, and how Boston is often seen as a white city despite having many diverse communities.

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