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Young Adult authors talk about writing for teens, their new books and readers of the genre
Bestselling authors talk about their new books, where they get their ideas and more.
New York Times bestselling authors share their stories of writing, publishing, and readers
Charlotte Ray & Larry Strauss discuss "The Facts of My Life."
Holly Robinson Peete and daughter Ryan Peete discuss "Same But Different."
Kimberly Williams-Paisley discusses "Where The Lights Gets In."
Tavis Smiley discusses "50 for Your Future: Lessons from Down the Road."
Ada Limon talks with Rich Fahle about her novel, Bright Dead Things.
Rich Fahle talks with Amy Stolls, Literature Director of National Endowment for the Arts.
Brendan Kiely on The Last True Love Story and All American Boys.
Colum McCann on Letters to a Young Writer.
Host Rich Fahle talks with David Fenza, Executive Director of the AWP.
Kevin Young on Blue Laws: Selected and Uncollected Poems, 1995-2015
Kristen Radtke on Imagine Wanting Only This.
Lidia Yuknavitch on The Book of Joan: A Novel.
Margot Livesey on Mercury: A Novel
Watch coverage of the 2016 National Book Festival, hosted by Rich Fahle and Jeffrey Brown.
Join us for live and extended coverage of the 2015 Miami Book Fair, Nov. 20 - 22, 2015.
Join DPTV for live coverage of the Miami Book Fair International 2014.
Join Book View Now for live coverage of the Miami Book Fair 2014
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