Interview with Greg Iles

Interview with Greg Iles TSM: First of all, I am so happy that we will see your name appearing on the bestseller lists again. Many of us were very concerned after your car accident. How are you doing?GI: I’m doing very well now. My injuries were extensive, the most serious being a torn aorta and […]

The Newest James Bond Author William Boyd speaks to the Strand

The Newest James Bond Author William Boyd speaks to the Strand < William Boyd is the author of ten novels, including Ordinary Thunderstorms; A Good Man in Africa, winner of the Whitbread Award and the Somerset Maugham Award; An Ice-Cream War, winner of the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize and shortlisted for the Booker Prize; Brazzaville Beach, […]

Interview with Ben Sevier

Interview with Ben Sevier Ben Sevier joined Dutton as Senior Editor in January 2007. He was appointed Editor in Chief in 2011 and Vice President in 2012. Ben has edited the six consecutive #1New York Times bestsellers authored by Harlan Coben, including Six Years, which was called “perfect” (Entertainment Weekly), “a cause for jubilation” (Huffington Post), and “ingenious” […]

Interview with Carolyn Marino

Interview with Carolyn Marino Carolyn Marino is a legend in the publishing industry, she has edited Lawrence Block, Lisa Scottoline, Diane Mott Davidson, Elizabeth George, Mary Kay Andrews, Tasha Alexander, Michele Martinez, Sujata Massey, Charles Todd, John Searles, Claire Matturro, William Lashner and countless other authors. In this exclusive interviews, she shares her insights and advice […]

The Strand Remembers Elmore Leonard

The Strand Remembers Elmore Leonard Here is an excerpt of Andrew Gulli’s interview with Elmore Leonard which was published in the Strand Magazine: AFG: I know that in your latest book, Up in Honey’s Room, Carl Webster, ‘the hot kid’ from your previous novel reappears. Tell me a little more about the new book. EL: Yes, Carl is […]

Interview with Carl Hiaasen

Interview with Carl Hiaasen AFG: We all know about the several challenges of writing, but what are some of the challenges you face with a YA book? CH: Kids are a sharp audience, and if you’re writing humor it had better be dead-on funny. They love the irreverence of satire, skewering phonies, poking fun at […]