Indies Introduce Interview

30 Jun

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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28 Jun

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Sean McGinty

Sean McGinty is the author of The End of FUN, a Winter/Spring 2016 Indies Introduce debut title for young adults. Will Walton of Avid Bookshop called the novel “fresh, smart, and chock-damn-full of heart.”

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07 Jun

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Jeff Zentner

Jeff Zentner is the author of The Serpent King, a Winter/Spring Indies Introduce debut for young readers and a Spring Kids’ Indie Next List pick. Erin Barker from Hooray for Books! called The Serpent King “a contemporary Southern novel about loyalty, betrayal, and becoming your most honest self.”

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23 May

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Molly Prentiss

Molly Prentiss is the author of Tuesday Nights in 1980, a Winter/Spring Indies Introduce debut title for adults and an April Indie Next List pick. Anmiryam Budner of Main Point Books called the novel “immersive and satisfying.”

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16 May

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Rosalie Knecht

Rosalie Knecht is the author of the Winter/Spring Indies Introduce debut title Relief Map, which Linda McLoughlin Figel of {pages: a bookstore} called “a rich and memorable read from an exciting new talent.”

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03 May

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Lindsay Eagar

Lindsay Eagar is the author of Hour of the Bees, a Winter/Spring Indies Introduce debut title for middle-grade readers. Drew Sieplinga of Wild Rumpus Books called Hour of the Bees “a beautifully written, magical book.”

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21 Apr

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Sara Baume

Sara Baume is the author of the Winter/Spring Indies Introduce debut title Spill Simmer Falter Wither, which Mary Wolf of Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse called “an amazing achievement by a writer who makes her work seem effortless.”

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19 Apr

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Ed Tarkington

Ed Tarkington is the author of Only Love Can Break Your Heart, a Winter/Spring Indies Introduce debut and a January Indie Next List pick. “This is, without a doubt, my favorite debut novel this spring,” said Shirley Wells of Watermark Books & Café.

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13 Apr

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Patrick Dacey

Patrick Dacey is the author of We’ve Already Gone This Far, a Winter/Spring 2016 Indies Introduce debut title. Mary Wolf of Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse called Dacey’s stories “perfectly crafted.”

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12 Apr

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Goldy Moldavsky

Goldy Moldavsky is the author of Kill the Boy Band, a Winter/Spring 2016 Indies Introduce debut for young adults. “Reading Moldavsky’s debut is like reliving my first viewing of the movie Heathers,” said Kari Meutsch of Phoenix Books.

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04 Apr

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock

Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock is the author of The Smell of Other People’s Houses, a Winter/Spring Indies Introduce debut for young adults and a Spring Kids’ Indie Next List pick. Marya Johnston of BookBar called the novel “a sensory experience.”

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30 Mar

Indies Introduce Author Interviews Now on YouTube

Five- to 10-minute interviews of Winter/Spring 2016 Indies Introduce authors, conducted by booksellers at Winter Institute 11, are now on ABA’s YouTube channel.

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28 Mar

An Indies Introduce Q&A With M.G. Leonard

M.G. Leonard is the author of Beetle Boy, a Winter/Spring Indies Introduce debut for middle-grade readers. Erin Barker of Hooray for Books! said Beetle Boy “feels like it was written by a scientifically-minded Roald Dahl.”

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18 Mar

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Heidi Heilig

Heidi Heilig is the author of The Girl From Everywhere, a Winter/Spring Indies Introduce debut for young adults and Spring Kids’ Indie Next List pick. Alyssa Raymond of Boulder Book Store said the novel is “magical, diverse, and intricately plotted.”

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17 Mar

An Indies Introduce Q&A With Matthew Griffin

Matthew Griffin is the author of the Winter/Spring Indies Introduce debut novel Hide, which William Carl of Wellesley Books called “one of the best books of the year.”

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