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“What will drive someone to murder?” The bottom-line question that powers Barbara Nickless narratives

The author imagines several possibilities for the villain, but always tries to "play fair" with the reader

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As author David Hicks wrote “White Plains,” the narrative got uncomfortably personal

In a story with autobiographical underpinnings, imagine writing a chapter -- honestly -- from the point of view of your ex-wife

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How the editor of “Beautiful Flesh: A Body of Essays” constructed a “body of work” in her collection

Stephanie G'Schwind pieced together elements that represent not only anatomy, but family, anxiety and social class

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Interview: How a grasshopper moved David MacNeal from novels to “Bugged”

His book on the insect world drew inspiration from an obvious source -- the film "My Dinner With Andre"

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A writer explored Colorado’s rich UFO history and heard tales of lights in the sky, but his focus was on the people who saw them

The paramedic and author, Richard Estep, who often writes on the paranormal, sought humanity behind stories of alien life

Interview: Author Chris Goff used heavy research, current affairs to drive “Red Sky”

Her second tale featuring Raisa Jordan also had more to tell about the protagonist, a U.S. diplomatic agent with family ties to Ukraine

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Interview: Author Margaret Mizushima confronts mental health through characters

Heroine Matty Cobb deals with repressed memories as she helps solve the series' self-contained mysteries