Still True in the news

Maggie Ginsberg on the exciting, vulnerable, terrifying road to becoming an author | Madison Magazine

Q&A with Q&A with Maggie Ginsberg, author of the novel ‘Still True,’ out Sept. 27

When do life’s tools of escape become weapons? | Wisconsin State Journal

Gena Kittner’s Sunday Best interview with Maggie Ginsberg on her debut novel “Still True”

New Wisconsin-Connected Books to Cozy Up With This Fall | Milwaukee Magazine

Four picks from managing editor Archer Parquette in the September issue of Milwaukee Magazine

On word vitamins, substance abuse, and her complicated love letter to small-town Wisconsin | Readers Lane

Review of ‘Still True’ and interview by author Laura Anne Bird

A Chat with Writer Maggie Ginsberg on Her Journey from Freelance Journalist to First-Time Novelist | Doug Moe

Doug Moe interviews Maggie Ginsberg as a spotlight for the September edition of the Mystery to Me bookstore monthly newsletter

Wisconsin Book Festival officially launches 20th-anniversary celebration | Madison Magazine

The milestone year featuring 50 authors — including our own Maggie Ginsberg — will take place Oct. 13-16 at Central Library

The cover of Maggie Ginsberg's debut novel Still True with two houses connected by a telephone wire lined with birds, and moody clouds in the background, and a Luis Alberto Urrea quote on the cover that says "I could stay in this story for years."
It's All still true with book on left and maggie on right

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