Theater video tags: Late Night With Seth Meyers

Stephen Markley on The Deluge

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“The way in is always through human beings.” Stephen Markley discusses his new novel, The Deluge (Simon & Schuster, 2023), and the importance of emotionally connecting to characters when writing about topics such as climate change in this Late Night With Seth Meyers interview.

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Celeste Ng on Our Missing Hearts

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“A lot of this book was me figuring out, how do you hold on to hope when it feels like the world is falling apart?” In this Late Night With Seth Meyers interview, Celeste Ng talks about the process of writing her latest novel, Our Missing Hearts (Penguin Press, 2022). A profile of Ng by Renée H. Shea is featured in the November/December issue of Poets & Writers Magazine.

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Leila Mottley on Nightcrawling

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“I like to journal from my characters’ perspectives and immerse myself entirely.” In this Late Night With Seth Meyers interview, Leila Mottley speaks about staying up late writing her debut novel, Nightcrawling (Knopf, 2022). Mottley is featured in “First Fiction 2022” in the July/August issue of Poets & Writers Magazine.

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Allegra Hyde on Late Night With Seth Meyers

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“I knew I wanted to write about climate change and engage with this issue, and it felt like the near future was a way to think ahead, to kind of see where we’re heading,” says Allegra Hyde about the inspiration behind her debut novel, Eleutheria (Vintage, 2022), in this Late Night With Seth Myers interview. 

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Anthony Doerr on Cloud Cuckoo Land

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“What does it mean to dream of better places in this book?” Anthony Doerr talks about exploring utopian questions while writing his latest novel, Cloud Cuckoo Land (Scribner, 2021), in this interview for Late Night With Seth Meyers. A Q&A with Doerr by Joshua Mohr appears in the November/December issue of Poets & Writers Magazine.

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