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Author News & Interviews

Interview: Charles Soule, author of Strange Attractors

Jun 26, 2013

We all live in complex systems, a situation explored in great detail (and lush artistry) in Charles Soule’s latest graphic novel, Strange Attactors. In it, a grad student named Heller Wilson gets swept up in the seemingly crazy work of Dr. Spencer Brownfield, who has appointed himself the keeper of order in the maelstrom of activity and chaos that is New York City. Someone has to keep things running smoothly in the Big Apple…otherwise, how would anything work at all? Delving into complexity theory made my head spin, so I decided to get some answers from Soule. Here’s what he had to say.

Interview: Cecil Castellucci, author of Odd Duck

Jun 19, 2013

Bestselling author Cecil Castellucci makes a transition to children’s graphic novels with the new book Odd Duck. We talked to her about what it’s like to jump into a new genre and why kids’ books are so hot right now.

Interview: Cynthia Copeland, author of Good Riddance: An Illustrated Memoir of Divorce

Jun 18, 2013

What do you do when happily ever after ends? If you’re Cynthia Copeland and you’ve just caught your husband cheating, you pick up the pieces and move on…one step at a time. Copeland documented the years after her divorce in the funny and touching Good Riddance, out now, and here she discusses the book and the major life changes that inspired it.

Interview: Mike Carey, author of Unwritten, Volume 1: Tommy Taylor and the Bogus Identity

May 20, 2013

With the release of Volume 7 of their bestselling series, Mike Carey and Peter Gross discuss the artistry behind the riveting text of Unwritten.

Interview: Audrey Niffenegger, author of Raven Girl

May 9, 2013

One of the most versatile and innovative writers working today, Audrey Niffenegger enjoys challenging her readers with inventive books. Working as both a writer and artist, she has created several books that cross the graphic line, including her latest, the fairytale-like Raven Girl. As the Royal Ballet in London prepares to unveil a ballet based upon the book, we talked to Niffenegger about her bold approach to storytelling.