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Helen Oyeyemi on mischievous stories and writing reluctantly

Helen Oyeyemi, author of Gingerbread and the playful new novel Peaces, spoke with us about how her unusual writing process has developed over her career.

Author Interviews

Reading recommendations from Victoria Aveyard

Victoria Aveyard is the author of the bestselling Red Queen series. She told us what she's reading, and what books she loves to read but could never write.

New & Hot Reads

66 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out May 18 - 31

New eBooks and audiobooks out May 18 and May 25, including John Green's Anthropocene Reviewed, new Nora Roberts, and encouragement from Daniel Howell.

Big Ideas

Changing Indigenous narratives one photo at a time

Nadya Kwandibens is a photographer changing how the world views Indigenous peoples. We learned about the books and storytellers that inspire her.

Kobo in Conversation Podcast

Suzanne Simard on the language of trees and telling her own story

Dr. Suzanne Simard, author of Finding the Mother Tree, spoke with us about the astonishing science of how trees communicate with one another.

Author Interviews

Paula McLain on making the leap to suspense

Paula McLain is the author of historical novels including The Paris Wife and Circling the Sun. When the Stars Go Dark is her first suspense novel.

New & Hot Reads

37 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out May 11 - 17

New eBooks and audiobooks out May 11, including Billie Eilish's memoir, funny stuff from Seth Rogen & friends, and a legal thriller from Stacey Abrams.

Big Ideas

Going for great reads: Nadia Odunayo on why she built The Storygraph

The StoryGraph’s founder and CEO tells us how she found her calling at the intersection of entrepreneurship and reading.

Kobo in Conversation Podcast

Natalie Zina Walschots on good bosses and bad guys

Natalie Zina Walschots spoke with us about her novel Hench, the day-to-day work of supervillainy, and why fanfic is for her the true mark of success.

Author Interviews

Katherine Heiny on finding inspiration in random interactions

Novelist Katherine Heiny writes funny books about relationships. We asked her about the books she read growing up, and which writers make her laugh.

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