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    Nancy Au

    DEAR FRIEND / TEACHER / COMRADE / LOVER / ARTIST: An Interview with Nancy Au and fellow author and playwright Carson Ash Beker.

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    JP Gritton

    JP Gritton talks about his debut novel, Wyoming, which considers the possibility of redemption in a world that grants forgiveness grudgingly, if at all.

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    Alice Hoffman

    Alice Hoffman talks about four of her books: The World That We Knew (2019), The Marriage of Opposites (2015) and The Dovekeepers (2012), and her 2005 collection, Blackbird House.

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    Alan Brennert

    In three separate interviews Alan Brennert talks about Moloka'i, set in a leper colony in early 20th century Hawai'i; Honolulu, which follows the life of a young "picture bride" who arrives in Hawai'i in 1914; and Daughter of Moloka'i, the 2019 sequel to his debut.

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    Daniel Mason

    Daniel Mason discusses his novel The Winter Soldier and how it was informed by his background in medicine.

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    Andrea Bobotis

    Andrea Bobotis discusses her debut novel, The Last List of Miss Judith Kratt.

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