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“The journey that I want to take the reader on, always, is the journey that I loved most when I was reading as a child.” In an interview with CBS This Morning cohost Charlie Rose, Donna Tartt, author most recently of The Goldfinch, discusses the inspirations for the novel, her writing process, and why writing at a slow pace works for her.
“I feel very transparent to myself. I’m more like an observer. I’m interested in what’s going on.” Joyce Carol Oates, whose most recent novel, Carthage, is published this month by Ecco, discusses her writing process, interests, and why she’s not sure she has a personality.
"I imagined that because everyone was telling me I was so very bright, there must be something there for me. But my skin was black," says Guyanese author, teacher, and diplomat E. R. Braithwaite, whose five nonfiction books and two novels, including To Sir, With Love (1959), are available as e-books from Open Road Integrated Media.
“It gives people the opportunity to have something to hold on to that is not available in digital form.” Helen Yentus, the art director of Riverhead Books, discusses the experience of designing a 3D printed slipcase for a limited edition of Chang-rae Lee's novel On Such a Full Sea.