We chat with V. E. Schwab about her latest book, The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue, which covers 300 years figuring out the true meaning of life and death, freedom and immortality—plus, we dip into writing, reading, and coping with the current state of the world.
Last August 16, we had such a fun and insightful conversation with the Father of Philippine Speculative Fiction, Dean Francis Alfar! Here are just a few bits and pieces of our chat. If you missed it, or just want to relive it, read on or watch the video.
This August, we're celebrating our own stories and storytellers through Local Lit Fest 2020. We're starting off with a conversation with one of the creators of TRESE, Budjette Tan. We pick his brain on Philippine mythology and his writing journey.
In Do Nothing, Celeste Headlee shows us a new path ahead so we can stop setting aside our well-being, and start living instead of doing. In this Q&A, Headlee reveals her own moment of deciding to do nothing, what good we could get out of leisure time, what she hopes her readers will gain from her book and more.
Jessica Kim's middle grade fiction novel is about a young girl named Yumi Chung who aspires to be a stand-up comedian. Yumi gets mistaken for another girl at a comedy camp for kids and this snowballs into a full-blown double life. Read our little chat and find out Jessica Kim's inspiration and her fresh take on the misunderstood child trope.