Books & Authors

Sunday Reads: How do you enjoy life during challenging times?

In case you missed it, Madison Magazine is sharing our introduction to the last month's edition of our monthly 'Sunday Reads' newsletter.

This is last month's edition of the Sunday Reads newsletter curated by Associate Editor Maggie Ginsberg. There is still time to sign up for this month's.

‘Infamous Mothers’ creator announces 45-city book tour

The free and virtual 'Nothing's Wasted Tour' will highlight Dr. Sagashus T. Levingston's new book while connecting entrepreneurs to bridge health and wealth gaps for Black mothers

The 'Nothing's Wasted Tour' launches a new book by Sagashus T. Levingston while connecting entrepreneurs to bridge health and wealth gaps for Black mothers.

Sunday Reads: Have books, will travel

In case you missed it, Madison Magazine is sharing our introduction to the last month's edition of our monthly 'Sunday Reads' newsletter.

Sign up for the monthly Sunday Reads newsletter for links to current print stories, articles you might have missed, web exclusive content and literary news.

Three women, two secrets, one lie — a Q&A with author Maggie Smith

Before the Wisconsin author published her debut novel, 'Truth and Other Lies,' the podcaster earned a Ph.D. in psychology and founded an art consulting company.

Debut novel "Truth and Other Lies" by Wisconsin author Maggie Smith explores how our individual biases influence our perspectives of the world around us.

New book toasts Madison’s historic Fauerbach Brewery

Cheers to Peter Fauerbach for researching and writing the coffee table book that he will sign and discuss at two events in April.

Peter Fauerbach's thoroughly researched tale of his family's historic Fauerbach Brewery is finally available to readers in a new coffee table book.

Sunday Reads: Reading to make the world feel smaller

In case you missed it, Madison Magazine is sharing our introduction to the last month's edition of our monthly 'Sunday Reads' newsletter.

Sign up for the monthly Sunday Reads newsletter for links to current print stories, articles you might have missed, web exclusive content and literary news.

Rediscovering the UW Arboretum and its rich history

After miles spent walking its wooded trails every day, Doug Moe continues to dig deeper into the history of the 1,260-acre urban wonder.

After miles spent walking its wooded trails every day, Doug Moe continues to dig deeper into the history of the 1,260-acre urban wonder.

Sunday Reads: Celebrating last month's big book issue

In case you missed it, Madison Magazine is sharing our introduction to the last month's edition of our monthly 'Sunday Reads' newsletter.

Sign up for the monthly Sunday Reads newsletter for links to current print stories, articles you might have missed, web exclusive content and literary news.

Little Creek Press creates a unique, innovative book publishing model

Kristin Mitchell built her own small business over the past 25 years — a little, eponymous design shop nestled creekside in the valley at her Mineral Point home.

Kristin Mitchell built her own small business over the past 25 years — a little, eponymous design shop nestled creekside in the valley at her Mineral Point home.

A love poem and the poet who wrote it

Poet Sasha Debevec-McKenney is the artist-in-residence at StartingBlock Madison.

Poet Sasha Debevec-McKenney is the artist-in-residence at StartingBlock Madison.

The 2022 big book list of Wisconsin-connected reads

This year we present our largest annual look at the literary scene, featuring author profiles, a guide to independent bookshops and more local reads than ever before.

This year we present our largest annual look at the literary scene, featuring author profiles, a guide to independent bookshops and more local reads than ever before.

Doug Moe's next book adds to his already impressive writing career

Doug Moe is a veritable literary machine, having written or edited more than a dozen books and literally thousands of newspaper and magazine columns over the past 40-plus years.

Doug Moe is a veritable literary machine, having written or edited more than a dozen books and literally thousands of newspaper and magazine columns over the past 40-plus years.