One of my favorite books of 2006 was Howard Engel’s THE MEMORY BOOK, and as CanWest’s Jamie Portman discovers, the author of the Benny Cooperman novels has turned to the memoir to talk about his struggle with alexia sine agraphia.

The Buffalo News talks with David Schmid, an associated professor whose fascination with murder has found fruition in several books.

Joseph Finder is the first fiction writer given a chance to concoct his own case study for the Harvard Business Review.

Gregg Hurwitz is quizzed by pal Christopher Rice about why so many of his crime novels feature gay characters.

Newsday’s Gene Seymour meets the founder
of a new literary journal out of Southhampton.

How to break into publishing, Australian-style.

Colette Dougas-Home wonders why so many women are attracted to writing about horror-related topics.