Clare Mackintosh, author of LET ME LIE, joins Amy to talk about detective-work, post-it notes, and mental health.
The hilarious Rebecca Harrington joins Amy to talk about her new novel SOCIABLE. They talk pretentious startup culture, that weirdly specific social media tone, and feeling not-quite-cool-enough.
Debut novelist Rhiannon Navin joins Amy to talk about her book, ONLY CHILD. Told from the point of view of a six-year-old survivor of a school shooting, the novel grapples with love, grief, and family.
Sam Graham-Felsen, former chief blogger for Obama, joins Amy to talk about his first novel, GREEN. Set in 1992 Boston, the book follows middle-schooler David as he grapples with racism and white privilege.
Brit Bennett, author of THE MOTHERS, joins Amy to talk about nuance in fiction, adapting for the screen, and the value of gossip.
Sophie Chen Keller joins Amy to talk about her first novel, THE LUSTER OF LOST THINGS. They cover NYC bakeries, beloved kids’ books, and going the extra mile to be kind.
Edan Lepucki joins Amy to talk performance art, class in California, and which books she reads over and over again. Learn more about her novel, WOMAN NO. 17.
Anne Corlett, author of the crossover sci-fi hit, THE SPACE BETWEEN THE STARS, joins Amy to talk physical and emotional distance, writing inspirations, and more.