A Few Words With: Peter Steiner

A Few Words With: Peter Steiner

Peter Steiner has always found ways to tell stories. His first cartoons appeared in the New Yorker in 1979, and his 1993 “On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog” cartoon remains the most popular in the magazine’s history. He is also a...
A Few Words With: Debut Author Mike Houtz

A Few Words With: Debut Author Mike Houtz

As for most debut authors, the path to publication for thriller writer Mike Houtz has been a series of incredible learning experiences. I sat down with him recently to talk about his new book “Dark Spiral Down,” the joys of going with an independent...
A Few Words with: Agent Extraordinaire Angela Rinaldi

A Few Words with: Agent Extraordinaire Angela Rinaldi

Every author knows that getting a deal with one of the Big Five publishers – Hachette, HarperCollins, Macmillan, Penguin Random House and Simon & Schuster – starts with earning the eye of a reputable literary agent. But with competition more fierce...
A Few Words with: Meghan Holloway

A Few Words with: Meghan Holloway

As a reader, newcomer Meghan Holloway has always loved thrillers and historical fiction. As an author, she does a masterful job of blending the two into a fast-paced and moving debut novel “Once More Unto the Breach,” the story of a jaded WWI...

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