Prolific writer Roxane Gay joins Angie to discuss her collection of short stories, Difficult Women; Madonna; and her forthcoming book, Hunger.
Angie brings in the new year with Lucinda Rosenfeld, the author of Class. Where the two discuss female friendships, the liberal bubble, and public education.
Angela welcomes Australian author, Julia Baird, to the show to discuss her newest book, “Victoria: The Queen: An Intimate Biography of the Woman Who Rules an Empire.”
Angela sits down with Siri Hustvedt to discuss her new book, “A Woman Looking at Men Looking at Women: Essays on Art, Sex, and the Mind”
David Szalay joins Angie to discuss his gorgeous new book, All That Man Is.
Angie sits down with Jade Chang to discuss her novel, The Wangs VS. the World.
Trevor Noah, host of the Daily Show, joins Angie to discuss his newly released memoir, Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood. It was a packed room at NeueHouse and an incredibly timely conversation in this era of post-election confusion.
Chloe joins Angie and Elle.com’s culture editor, Estelle Tang to discuss her new collection of essays, I’ll Tell You in Person.
Marcy Dermansky & Megan Abbott join Angie live at the Soho House to discuss their new novels.
Brit Bennett joins Angie to discuss her debut novel, The Mothers.
Teddy Wayne, author Loner, and Jessica Grose, author of Soulmates, join Angie to discuss the inspiration behind their new novels.
Angela and best-selling author, Maria Semple, sit down and discuss her new book, Today Will Be Different.
Join Angie as she sits down with the author of “Sleeping On Jupiter,” Anuradha Roy.
Angela and author of “The Room,” Emma Donoghue, discuss her latest novel “The Wonder.
Angie sits down with Jessica Bennett, author of Feminist Fight Club, and Aminatou Sow, founder of Tech Lady Mafia, at the NeueHouse in NYC. The women discuss work place sexism, how to ask for a raise, what it means to be successful, and more.
Ann Patchett joins Angie from Nashville to discuss her not-to-be-missed novel, Commonwealth.
Colson Whitehead joins Angie to discuss his new novel.
Nadja Spielgelman joins Angie to discuss her spectacular memoir, I’m Supposed to Protect You from All This, which details the fascinating women who have come before her.
The multi-talented Jessi Klein joins Angie to discuss the path to becoming one of the funniest women in entertainment (our words, not hers) and of course her new book, You’ll Grow Out of It.
Literary legend Jay McInerney joins Angie to discuss his new novel, Bright Precious Days, his prolific wine writing career, and of course, his history of mischief.
Annie Daly, travel editor at Buzzfeed, joins Angie to interview Nicole Dennis-Benn on her new book, Here Comes the Sun.
Angie sits down with Stephanie Danler to discuss her novel “Sweetbitter.”
If you’ve ever been in love, had your heart broken, been in a relationship, or yearned for one, this week’s episode is for you — in other words, if you’re a human, you’ll benefit from listening to the wise words of world-renowned philosopher and writer Alain de Botton.
We’re taking a week off, but revisiting a timely episode with Irin Carmon on her book, Notorious R.B.G.: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
The prolific Arianna Huffington joins Angie at Soho House in New York to discuss why getting the right amount of zzz’s is so important.
Max Porter joins Angie to discuss his first novel, Grief Is the Thing with Feathers.
Yaa Gyasi joins Angie to discuess her debut novel “Homegoing”.
Jessica Valenti joins Angie to discuss her powerful memoir and advocate for continued feminism, Sex Object,
We revisit a particularly emotional episode. Lidia Yuknavitch joins Angela to discuss all of her work, which blurs the lines between fiction and non-fiction.
Geoff Dyer joins Angie to discuss his new collection of essays (or are they?), White Sands.
Lindy West joins Angie to discuss fat activism, periods, trolls, and most importantly, her honest and funny memoir, Shrill.
Kate Tempest joins Angie to discuss her novel, The Bricks that Built the Houses and album, Everybody Down.
Molly Prentiss joins Angie to discuss her first novel, Tuesday Nights in 1980, her unconventional and dreamy upbringing, and living as a creative.
Maggie Nelson joins Angie to discuss her work, including The Argonauts and The Red Parts.
Padma Lakshmi joins Angie live at the Soho House to discuss her memoir, Love, Loss, And What We Ate.
Matt Gallagher joins Angie to discuss his novel, Young Blood.
Cynthia D’Aprix joins Angie to discuss her new novel, The Nest.
Karan Mahajan joins Angie to discuss her new novel, The Association of Small Bombs.
Angie is in LA with special co-host Karolina Waclawiak to talk to Melissa Broder about her new book, So Sad Today.
Alec Ross joins Angie and special guest co-host and editor of Fast Company Magazine, Marcus Baram to discuss his new book, Industries of the Future.
Hannah Tennant-Moore joins Angie to discuss her provocative new novel, Wreck and Order.
Blogger, illustrator, author, and overall style guru Garance Doré joins Angie for another Lit Up Live! at the Soho House in New York.
The brilliant Maria Konnikova joins Angie to discuss why we fall for cons again and again.
Sometimes, rarely, you meet someone whose energy radiates and fills the whole room. Mary Louise Parker is that person. She joins Angie to discuss her gorgeous first book, Dear Mr. You.
Alexander Chee joins Angie at the Soho House for a conversation on his new novel, Queen of the Night.
Helen Ellis joins Angie to talk about being a southern transplant in New York and her new short story collection, American Housewife.
Sunil Yapa joins Angie to discuss his first novel, Your Heart is a Muscle the Size of a Fist and the journey that brought him to write it.
Screenwriter Josh Singer and journalist Megan Twohey join Angie in a special episode detailing their most recent projects.
Fellow Aussie, Steve Toltz, joins Angie to discuss his epic, new novel, Quicksand.
Pulitzer prize winner Stacey Schiff joins Angie to discuss her thrilling new book, The Witches.
Illustrator and author (and so much more!) Lauren Redniss joins Angie to talk about her beautiful and uncategorizable new book, Thunder & Lightening.
Molly Crabapple joins Angie to discuss her art, writing, activism, and journalism as a true student of the world.
Alex Mar joins Angie to discuss her new book, Witches of America, which details not only the aforementioned title, but Alex’s own exploration into the occult.
Lit Up is somewhat of a show built on girl crushes. However this week, the inspiring, talented, gorgeous Mary Gaitskill, probably our #1 girl crush, sits down with Angie and Emily to talk about her new novel, The Mare.
In our first ever Literary Salon at the Soho House in New York, Bill Clegg joins Angie to discuss his first novel, Did You Ever Have a Family, and the twisty path that lead him to write this stunning book.
The inspiring Irin Carmon joins Angie to discuss THE inspiring Ruth Bader Ginsberg and her new book, The Notorious RBG.
Garth Risk Halberg joins Emily & Angie to discuss the gleam of New York through all its trials and tribulations, and more importantly his highly anticipated debut novel, City on Fire.
Sloane Crosley joins Angie to discuss the myriad of inspiration for her first novel, The Clasp.
Emily & Angie sit down with the lovely and fun Nikesh Shukla to discuss the wild world of the internet and his new book, Meatspace.
Angie & Emily sit down with Lauren Groff to discuss her new novel, Fates & Furies.
Pulitzer prize winner, Adam Johnson joins Angie for a fascinating conversation on his new short story collection, Fortune Smiles, and his unique insight into North Korea.
Pulitzer prize winning critic, Margo Jefferson joins Angie to discuss her brilliant new memoir, Negroland.
The ever fabulous cartoonist and graphic novelist, Marisa Acocella Marchetto, joins Angie to discuss all things otherworldly, including her new book, Ann Tenna.
Julia Pierpont joins Angie to discuss her quick rise to the spotlight with her debut novel, Among the Ten Thousand Things.
Writers (and fiancés!) Alexandra Kleeman and Alex Gilvarry join Angie to talk Kleeman’s new book, “You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine.”
Angie and guest co-host Camille Perri chat with Lauren Holmes about her compulsive short story collection, Barbara the Slut.
Hallie Cantor and Maeve Higgins join Angie for a laugh and a chat on what it’s like to be comedienne writers today.
Angie and Rachel Hills have a cooling summer cocktail while discussing Rachel’s findings in her new book, The Sex Myth.
The master of historical fiction, Paula McLain joins Angie to talk about her new book, Circling the Sun.
In a particularly emotional episode, Lidia Yuknavitch joins Angela to discuss all of her work, which blurs the lines between fiction and non-fiction.
In this special one-on-one interview, Angie talks with Sarah Hepola on the experiences which lead her to write her memoir, Blackout. Their conversation dives deep not only into addiction, but into the relationship between women and alcohol.
Steph Opitz, director of the Texas Book Fest and book reviewer for Marie Claire joins Angie as a special guest co-host to talk book festivals and what’s she looking forward to reading before welcoming author Lisa Glatt. The three discuss Lisa’s new book, The Nakeds, nudism, California, and much more.
With Emily at home spending time with her new baby boy, Angie brings Emma Straub and Jess Walter into the studio for bloody marys and a chat.
Emily & Angie talk about the books they turn to for all areas of self-improvement before the colorful Jami Attenberg joins to show to chat about her new book, Saint Mazie.
Emily & Angie discuss their summer favs and what’s on their lists for this year. Laura Dave, author of the fantastic read, 800 Grapes, joins the show to chat her new book, the world of winemaking, and living in LA without a car (which, who knew, is possible).
Emily & Angie catch up after a week of busy publishing events around town before Elisa Albert joins them to discuss the tribulations of modern childbearing.
Nell Zink joins the show to discuss her attempts at a non-distracting love life, current day racial relations, and of course, her new book, Mislaid.
Emily & Angie talk about their own romantic statuses and thoughts on love, before Kate Bolick joins to discuss her book, Spinster.
Jon Ronson joins Emily & Angie to discuss his move from London to New York, the perks of being a celebrity dog, and of course, his latest book, So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed.
The literary community is split over the PEN America’s award for Challenges to Freedom of Expression to Charlie Hebdo and Chigozie Obioma joins the show to discuss his magical and haunting debut.
Emily recounts Kate Bolick’s book party and Angie shares some great New Yorker articles she’s been reading. The prolific essayist, Meghan Daum joins the show to discuss her work, including her most recent anthology, Selfish, Shallow, and Self-Absorbed: Sixteen Writers on the Decision Not to Have Kids.
It’s hard not to be a Heidi Julavits fangirl. This week Angie & Emily took a trip to powerHouse Books in Dumbo to hear Julavits speak and were lucky enough to have her in studio to ask her about her recovery from chronic pain, what it means to be a female writer, and how she is making being a “keeper” into something special.
Angie and Emily talk Arne Svenson, online authenticity, great meals, and of course what they are reading this week. After their recap, the captivating Hanya Yanagihara joins them to discuss not only her new book, but her thoughts on fame, failure, and the factors in choosing your version of adulthood.
Angie & Emily get into why they are doing this thing before their conversation with Catherine on hip hop dance classes, big-gesture proposals, and dreams for the the ultimate chill pill.