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Tall Poppies Review: Sonja Yoerg’s “House Broken” Tackles Tough Issues With Wit and Layers

Veterinarian Geneva Novak relates better to animals than humans. Maybe not that surprising once we meet her dysfunctional family. When her mother is injured in...

My Favorite Short Story: The Captain’s Daughter

Writers and editors are often asked to name their favorite novel but seldom are asked to name their favorite short story. This fact may...

Alison McGhee: What I Leave Behind Is a Love Letter to the Girl I...

BookTrib is partnering with Bookish to bring you more great content. Alison McGhee’s young adult novel What I Leave Behind follows a teenage boy named Will as he attempts to make...

“Tangerine” Author Christine Mangan on Inspiration, Movie Adaptions and Writing Morocco in the 1950s

This novel came out back in March, but it's still one of the most talked about books, included on every list of recommendations, no...

Six Picks: Perfect Summer Beach Reads

There's nothing like a good beach read to really make the summer better than ever - and this time, we don't just have one,...

Book, Video & Film Reviews

World Poetry Day: 8 Stunning Poetry Collection Books Like ‘Milk and Honey’

World Poetry Day comes just in time as much of the country braces for another major winter storm. It may be cold outside, but...

Women Rock! 6 Fictional Heroines Who Look Like Real Women

It's Women's History Month and we are looking forward to all the events and books that celebrate the impact that women have on the...

*NEW COLUMN*: ‘At the Nobel Prize Banquet’ by Pia de Jong

BookTrib.com is happy to welcome prize-winning Dutch literary novelist and newspaper columnist Pia de Jong. Pia's memoir, Saving Charlotte: A Mother and the Power of...

Annihilation: Sci-Fi Thriller Starring Natalie Portman Has Scary Monsters, But Maybe Not the Kind...

With apologies to Natalie Portman, the star of Alex Garland’s upcoming Paramount movie, Annihilation, has to be the primal forces of nature itself. The film...

5 Myths About Depression We Need to Shut Down Immediately

Originally posted on Psychology Today. Depression, like art, can never be adequately described in words alone, though Andrew Solomon comes close in his memoir Noonday Demon. In it,...

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Part Two: BookTrib Q&A with New York Times Best Selling Author Lisa Gardner

This is Part Two of our interview with Lisa Gardner. Click here to read Part One. New York Times best selling author Lisa Gardner's latest...

Part One: BookTrib Q&A with Bestselling Author Lisa Gardner

There's something great about reading the next book in a series - it's like an exciting new adventure with an old friend. You know...

VIDEO: 15 Minutes with Amy Bloom: New York Times Best Selling Author Talks with...

Watch our new author video interview, “15 minutes with… Amy Bloom" now! Here, we talk about her new novel , White Houses, how a First Lady...

BookTrib’s Q&A with ABC’s Meteorologist Ginger Zee: On Natural Disasters and Being One

ABC News Chief Meteorologist Ginger Zee is no stranger to covering natural disasters. In her new memoir, Natural Disaster: I Cover Them. I Am...

Q&A with David Plante, Author of ‘American Stranger’ and ‘Difficult Women’

Brought up in a secularized Jewish household on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, Nancy Green knows little about her parents’ past. She knows they were...

Podcasts

Writer’s Bone: Live From Trident Booksellers & Café With Pachinko Author Min Jin Lee

Live from Trident Booksellers & Café, author Min Jin Lee reads from her National Book Award-nominated novel Pachinko and then talks to Daniel Ford and Sean...

Writer’s Bone: Friday Morning Coffee With ‘Operator Down’ Author Brad Taylor

Author Brad Taylor returns to the podcast and talks to Caitlin Malcuit about his new Pike Logan military thriller, Operator Down. https://www.amazon.com/Operator-Down-Pike-Logan-Thriller/dp/1101984813 To learn more about...

Just the Right Book Podcast: Linda Fairstein’s ‘Digging for Trouble’ and 11 Books to...

Former Books on The Nightstand host, “rep extraordinaire” and frequent guest Michael Kindness is back to add to your winter reading list! Also in this...

Writer’s Bone: ‘First Case Scenario’ Author Annemarie DeClark

Annemarie DeClark, author of First Case Scenario, talks to Daniel Ford about her lifelong love of mysteries, how her two aunts helped her refine...

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