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Author Kathryn Harkup and her latest book, Vampirology
Daryl M., May 27, 2021

Kathryn Harkup is a chemist and author. Kathryn completed a doctorate on her favorite chemicals, phosphines, and went on to further postdoctoral research before realizing that talking, writing, and demonstrating science appealed a bit more than hours slaving over a hot fume-hood.

Author P. Djeli Clark and his novel, A Master of Djinn
Daryl M., May 20, 2021

Born in New York and raised mostly in Houston, P. Djeli Clark spent the formative years of his life in the homeland of his parents, Trinidad and Tobago.

Young Adult author Dahlia Adler and her latest novel, That Way Madness Lies
Daryl M., April 29, 2021

Dahlia Adler is an editor of mathematics by day, a book blogger by night, and a Young Adult author at every spare moment in between.

Author Susan Penner and her first novel, The Lost Apothecary
Daryl M., April 22, 2021

Sarah Penner works full-time in finance and is a member of the Historical Novel Society and the Women’s Fiction Writers Association. She and her husband live in St. Petersburg, Florida with their miniature dachshund, Zoe.

Author Pip Williams and her first novel, The Dictionary of Lost Words
Daryl M., April 19, 2021

Pip Williams was born in London, grew up in Sydney, and now lives in Australia’s Adelaide Hills. She is the author of One Italian Summer, a memoir of her family's travels in search of the good life, which was published in Australia to wide acclaim.

Dr. Batra and Keith R.A. DeCandido and their first novel, Animal
Daryl M., April 15, 2021

Munish K. Batra’s cosmetic practice is one of the busiest in the nation, and Dr. Batra has been featured in People, The Los Angeles Times, and many other national media outlets.

Author Joshilyn Jackson and her latest novel, Mother May I
Daryl M., April 12, 2021

Joshilyn Jackson is the New York Times bestselling author of nine novels, including Gods in Alabama and

Author W. S. Winslow and her first novel, The Northern Reach
Daryl M., April 08, 2021

W. S. Winslow was born and raised in Maine but spent her working life in Boston, New York, and San Francisco. A ninth-generation Mainer, she now lives in a small town Downeast most of the year. She holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in French from the University of Maine, and an MFA from NYU.

Author Willy Vlautin and his newest novel, The Night Always Comes
Daryl M., April 01, 2021

Willy Vlautin is the author of five novels: The Motel Life, which was made into a film starring Dakota Fanning, Emile Hersh, and Stephen Dorff;