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Adrienne Brodeur

Tonight’s episode is our Fall season premiere! We’ve got two amazing authors in store for you!

Adrienne Brodeur is the author of the memoir WILD GAME, which was selected as a Best Book of the Year by NPR and The Washington Post and is in development as a Netflix film. She founded the literary magazine Zoetrope: All-Story with Francis Ford Coppola, and currently serves as executive director of Aspen Words, a literary nonprofit and program of The Aspen Institute. She joins us from her home on Cape Cod to discuss her debut novel LITTLE MONSTERS (Simon & Schuster, June 27) which was an Amazon Best Book of July 2023, the July Barnes & Noble Book Club Pick, and called “an absolutely captivating read” by Elin Hilderbrand.

Melanie Benjamin is a prize-winning author of nine books, including the New York Times and USA Today bestselling historical novels THE SWANS OF FIFTH AVENUE, about Truman Capote and his society swans, THE AVIATOR’S WIFE, about Anne Morrow Lindbergh, and MISTRESS OF THE RITZ, based on the true story of the American woman who ran the Ritz during WWII. Her novels have been translated in over fifteen languages and optioned for film. She joins us from her home in Chicago amidst her ongoing book tour to discuss her latest novel CALIFORNIA GOLDEN (Delacorte Press, Aug 8) which has been named a Best Book of the Summer by Entertainment Weekly, called “a breath of bracing salt air” by Beatriz Williams, and about which Shelby Van Pelt said it “left me breathless….will stay with you long after the last page.”

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