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The Brooklyn-based author talks to Huck about her groundbreaking debut novel, a kaleidoscopic social comedy which fearlessly navigates taboos around gender, sex, and relationships.
The New York-based novelist discusses her masterful debut, Luster, a book capturing the angst and self-discovery that defines the early-20s quagmire.
The US author reflects on the success of her genre-bending queer gothic memoir, In The Dreamhouse.
In a new column, the world’s most exciting writers share the books that had the biggest influence on their life. This week, it’s Luke Turner on Derek Jarman.
In a new column, the world’s most exciting writers share the books that had the biggest influence on their life.
Award-winning novelist Colum McCann has made a book of tips to save writers time and suffering. Huck reached out to him for some personalised guidance.
Novelist Ryan Gattis, who penned the LA Riots odyssey All Involved, answers our quick-fire Q&A series, the The Spiel Sesh.
Miranda July was in London last night and spoke on how to write sexual fantasy sequences and the real men behind her debut novel The First Bad Man.
Nobody is Ever Missing by Catherine Lacey is full of strange and hilarious insights into the caprices of the human heart.