Fascinating New Fiction Books

February 2022

New fiction releases, including Hanya Yanagihara's long-awaited follow-up to "A Little Life."

New fiction releases, including Hanya Yanagihara's long-awaited follow-up to "A Little ... more

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Curated byMatthew Horovitz, Hark Contributor
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"Free Love" Author Tessa Hadley on the Sexual Awakening of 1960's London

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Novelist Tessa Hadley talks about the moment where everything changed across the world, aka, the ushering-in of Free Love.
"Free Love" Author Tessa Hadley on the Sexual Awakening of 1960's London

Bookworm

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Debut Novelist Julia May Jonas on "Vladimir"

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Obsessed with that visiting professor? Why not zip-tie him to the chair? Author Julia May Jonas discusses her debut novel “Vladimir.”
Debut Novelist Julia May Jonas on "Vladimir"

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Novelist Hanya Yanagihara on the Three Century-Spanning "To Paradise"

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Author Hanya Yanagihara discusses her follow-up to her smash-hit novel "A Little Life," a new epic novel called "To Paradise" about Gilded Age New York, the AIDS crisis, Hawaiian kings, and futuristic environmental catastrophe.
Novelist Hanya Yanagihara on the Three Century-Spanning "To Paradise"

Books and Authors

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Translator Jennifer Croft on "The Books of Jacob" by Olga Tokarczuk

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The 2018 Nobel Prize-winning author Olga Tokarczuk from Poland has finally had her master work "The Books of Jacob" translated into English, and we hear its translator Jennifer Croft discuss the book and her unique path toward translating novels.
Translator Jennifer Croft on "The Books of Jacob" by Olga Tokarczuk

All Of It

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Heather O'Neill on her Spellbinding Novel "When We Lost Our Heads"

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Heather O'Neill discusses her turn-of-the-century novel of female desire "When We Lost Our Heads."
Heather O'Neill on her Spellbinding Novel "When We Lost Our Heads"

The Next Chapter from CBC Radio

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John Darnielle on the Structure and Symmetry of "Devil House"

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Novelist John Darnielle, who doubles as lead singer for the band The Mountain Goats, discusses his new novel "Devil House" and its mirrors, structure, symmetry, and the art of inhabiting created characters.
John Darnielle on the Structure and Symmetry of "Devil House"

The Maris Review

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