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Joe Muscolino

Joe Muscolino
Joe Muscolino spends half his time buried inside a book, the other half digging himself out. Narrative nonfiction is his bread and butter, and his reading sessions are empty without an open mind, a tumbler of whiskey, and a few healthy opinions. He works at Penguin Random House.
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Posts by Joe Muscolino

Bruce Feldman on How to Build the Perfect QB

Bruce Feldman, author of The QB, joined Biographile to answer a few questions on the key players in his book, the necessary traits for a good quarterback, and the brave new world of specialized sportsman we've inherited. (READ MORE)

Behind the Books with Biographer Karen Abbott

Karen Abbott, author of Liar, Temptress, Soldier, Spy, tells us about her respect (and fear) of deadlines, the paralyzing prospects of switching genres, and the one frustrating thing about history: "Dead people don’t always say or do what you want them to."(READ MORE)

Behind the Books with Sigrid Nunez, Author of Sempre Susan

Sigrid Nunez, author of Sempre Susan, tells us about her habit of reading poetry before she writes, overrated classics, the synesthesia of the writing process, and the advice to "Read as much as possible, especially the work of writers who most deeply affect you. Make those writers your family."(READ MORE)

Behind the Books with Edward Larson

Joining us for another installment of Behind the Books, Edward Larson talks about his writing routine, the influence of nature writers on his own work, the active imagination of history writing, and the all-important counsel for aspiring writers: "Write every day."(READ MORE)