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Author Yangsze Choo and her latest novel, The Night Tiger
Daryl M., May 09, 2019

Yangsze Choo is a fourth-generation Malaysian of Chinese descent.


Author Cory Doctorow and his novel Radicalized
Daryl M., April 30, 2019

Cory Doctorow is a co-editor of Boing Boing (an award-winning zine, blog, and directory of mostly wonderful things), a special consultant to the Electronic Frontier Foundation, an MIT Media Lab Research Associate and a visiting professor of Computer Science at the Open University.


Scotto Moore and his novel, Your Favorite Band Can Not Save You
Daryl M., April 17, 2019

Scotto Moore is a Seattle playwright whose works include several speculative fiction themed plays.


Kim Michele Richardson and her book jacket
Daryl M., May 16, 2019

Kim Michele Richardson is a resident of Kentucky, where she has worked with Habitat for Humanity building houses and where she is an advocate for the prevention of child abuse, partnering with the U.S. Navy for the prevention of domestic violence.


Author Brigid Kemmerer and her latest book, A Curse So Dark and Lonely
Daryl M., April 04, 2019

Brigid Kemmerer is the New York Times bestselling author of More Than We Can Tell,


Mallory O’Meara and her debut book, The Lady from The Black Lagoon
Daryl M., March 18, 2019

Mallory O’Meara is a film producer and the co-host of the “Reading Glasses” podcast. She is also a lifelong fan of classic horror.


French novelist Amanda Sthers
Daryl M., February 05, 2019

Amanda Sthers was born in Paris and now lives in Los Angeles. She is the bestselling author of ten novels, and her debut English-language film, Madame, was released in America in 2018.


Authors Steve Nedvidek, Ed Crowell, and Jack Lowe and their second book of the graphic novel series The Jekyll Island Chronicles: A Devil’s Reach
Kelli Lowers, January 31, 2019

The Jekyll Island Chronicles is a graphic novel series that combines historical elements with steampunk to create an alternate take on post-World War I history.


author John Katzenbach with librarian Ana Campos
Ana Campos, January 30, 2019

Every year our library sends a team of Spanish speaking librarians to the Guadalajara International Book Fair in Guadalajara, Mexico to purchase Spanish books. The selected books are new material from Mexican and Latin American publishing houses, most of which are difficult to find in the U.S.


Author Marie Benedict and her latest novel, The Only Women in the Room
Daryl M., January 22, 2019

Marie Benedict is a lawyer with more than ten years’ experience as a litigator at two of the country’s premier law firms. She is a magna cum laude graduate of Boston College with a focus in History and Art history, and a cum laude graduate of the Boston University School of Law.


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