“Every Book is Like a Bubble”: An Interview With Isabel Allende

In her new novel, In the Midst of Winter, Isabel Allende writes about the unexpected convergence of three lives in the midst of a massive winter storm in Brooklyn. It’s an intimate look at human connection and the weight of trauma, but it also encompasses some of the most talked-about issues of the present moment, including immigration and the harrowing effects of political turmoil around the world. In advance of Allende’s reading at the Brooklyn Public Library this Tuesday, we […]

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