Katie Williams has three books under her publishing belt--two books written for young adults and now one that falls into the general fiction category. But don’t get me wrong. There’s nothing "general” about it.
Tell the Machine Goodnight is slightly futuristic, but I’d hesitate to categorize it as science fiction. The characters, too, fight generalization. Their voices are unique and so are their experiences. The character development, the dialog, the writing--well… everything works.
I recently caught up with Katie Williams via Skype to talk about Tell the Machine Goodnight. Here's our conversation:
And if you listened to the commentary on air, this is what you heard:
Tell the Machine Goodnight by Katie Williams was published by Riverhead Books.
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