UM: Fiction

The University of Michigan Press blog posts an interview with Liza Weiland, author of “A Watch of Nightingales”: “I hope readers feel they’ve been told a good story. I hope readers remember the characters and the places they live, the two schools they inhabit, the way a vivid dream sticks with you for a long time after you wake up. I hope the book makes readers ponder the question of tolerance.” [Source]