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An Interview with Richard C. Morais

Born in Lisbon and raised in Switzerland, Richard C. Morais is an American who has lived most of his life overseas. He started his writing career in New York in 1984, moved to London for Forbes in ’86 where he lived for 17 years, eventually becoming European Bureau Chief and Senior Editor. He won three awards and […]

An Interview with Kathleen Benner Duble

Kathleen Benner Duble is the acclaimed author of nine books for children, including her most recent Young Adult page turner, Madame Tussaud’s Apprentice, which imagines what life was like for a teenage girl during the upheavals of the French Revolution. We talk to Kathleen about her life and work, and discover what inspires her as a […]

An Interview with Richard C. Morais

Interview courtesy of Susan Agar and KGB Bar Lit Magazine Morais’s debut novel, The Hundred-Foot Journey, is the international best-seller that has sold in 21 territories around the world and is in active film development. His first book, an unauthorized biography of Pierre Cardin, was published by Bantam Press in 1991 to critical acclaim. He currently […]

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