Books & Authors

Southern Wisconsin's connection to Ernest Hemingway

40 years ago, Monroe native Larry W. Phillips had an idea that resulted in sharing a copyright with Hemingway’s widow.

40 years ago, Monroe native Larry W. Phillips had an idea that resulted in sharing a copyright with Ernest Hemingway’s widow.

Q&A with Andrew J. Graff, author of 'Raft of Stars'

The author will discuss his debut novel, set in Wisconsin's north woods, in a virtual event on March 23.

The author will discuss his debut novel on March 23 at 7:00 p.m. as part of the Wisconsin Book Festival’s ongoing virtual events.

Q&A with author Dantiel Moniz

The UW–Madison MFA alum will appear virtually on Wednesday night to discuss her debut story collection "Milk Blood Heat."

Debut collection "Milk Blood Heat" launched to rave critical reviews, and it's no wonder. Its rhythmic sentences are stitched together with scalding precision.

Q&A with Wisconsin native Melissa Faliveno, author of 'Tomboyland'

The debut essay collection was named a Best Book of 2020 by NPR, New York Public Library and O, the Oprah Magazine.

"It was ten years in the making," Faliveno says of her debut collection, a Best Book of 2020 pick by NPR, New York Public Library and O, the Oprah Magazine.