An Indies Introduce Q&A With Catherine Leroux

    Catherine Leroux is the author of the Summer/Fall 2016 Indies Introduce debut The Party Wall, which Valerie Welbourn of Novels & Novelties Bookstore said is the best book she’s read in a long time.

    An Indies Introduce Q&A With Sungju Lee

    Sungju Lee is the author of the Summer/Fall 2016 Indies Introduce young adult debut Every Falling Star, an “all-around stunning memoir of survival,” said Clarissa Murphy of Brookline Booksmith.

    An Indies Introduce Q&A With Alexander Weinstein

    Alexander Weinstein is the author of the Summer/Fall 2016 Indies Introduce debut Children of the New World: Stories, which “hums with creative energy,” said Pete Mulvihill of Green Apple Books.

    An Indies Introduce Q&A With Sandra Evans

    Sandra Evans is the author of the Summer/Fall 2016 Indies Introduce middle-grade debut This Is Not a Werewolf Story, which Lisa Nehs of Books & Company said is “a wonderful mix of mythology, mystery, and suspense.”

    An Indies Introduce Q&A With Robin MacArthur

    Robin MacArthur is the author of the Summer/Fall 2016 Indies Introduce debut Half Wild: Stories, a collection of connected stories depicting the hardscrabble lives of people living in rural Vermont. 

    An Indies Introduce Q&A With Michelle Pretorius

    Michelle Pretorius is the author of the Summer/Fall 2016 Indies Introduce debut The Monster’s Daughter, which Linda Sherman-Nurick of Cellar Door Books described as “part mystery, part historical fiction, part science fiction, and, above all, a page-turning read.”

    An Indies Introduce Q&A With Margot Harrison

    Margot Harrison is the author of the Summer/Fall 2016 Indies Introduce debut The Killer in Me, which Valerie Koehler of Blue Willow Bookshop called a “must-read thriller for teens.”

    An Indies Introduce Q&A With Atef Abu Saif

    Atef Abu Saif is the author of The Drone Eats With Me: A Gaza Diary, a Summer/Fall 2016 Indies Introduce debut. Mary Fran Buckley of Eight Cousins said Abu Saif’s account is “testimony that must be heard.”

    An Indies Introduce Q&A With Adriana Mather

    Adriana Mather is the author of How to Hang a Witch, a Summer/Fall 2016 Indies Introduce debut that “truly stands out as unique in the realm of teen fiction,” said Lisa Nehs of Books & Company.

    An Indies Introduce Q&A With Katie Kennedy

    Katie Kennedy is the author of the Summer/Fall 2016 Indies Introduce debut Learning to Swear in America, “the story of a fledgling teen finally getting the chance to be a kid,” said Janelle Smith of Auntie’s Bookstore.

    An Indies Introduce Q&A With Hubert Mingarelli

    Hubert Mingarelli is the author of the Summer/Fall 2016 Indies Introduce debut title A Meal in Winter: A Novel of World War II, which Sam Kaas of Village Books called “quietly devastating.”

    An Indies Introduce Q&A With Yaa Gyasi

    Yaa Gyasi is the author of the Summer/Fall 2016 Indies Introduce debut title Homegoing: A Novel, which Sarajane Giddings of Blue Door Books called “a stunning debut.”

    An Indies Introduce Q&A With Martin Seay

    Martin Seay is the author of The Mirror Thief, a Winter/Spring 2016 Indies Introduce title that “will leave readers breathless,” said Jeremy Ellis of Brazos Bookstore.

    An Indies Introduce Q&A With Elnathan John

    Elnathan John is the author of the Winter/Spring 2016 Indies Introduce title Born on a Tuesday, which Jenny Lyons of The Vermont Book Shop called “a powerful and compelling debut novel.”

    An Indies Introduce Q&A With Harriet Reuter Hapgood

    Harriet Reuter Hapgood is the author or The Square Root of Summer, a Winter/Spring 2016 Indies Introduce debut title for young adults. Johanna Albrecht of Flyleaf Books described the novel as “a rewarding and wholly enjoyable reading experience.”

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