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January 01, 1990 - February 08, 2013 + Bookworm
Jim Krusoe talks about his new novel, where a sacred fool searches for his own private holy grail and perhaps saves the world from destruction.
Victoria Nelson writes about the rise of the supernatural into mainstream popular culture. Vampires and werewolves, no longer monsters, have become heroes.
A middle-aged, American salesman experiences the challenges of the post-industrial economy. He travels to Saudi Arabia, hoping to sell Internet technology to its King.
The second of a two-part conversation with Richard Ford about his writing style and the themes of his robust, new novel.
The first of a two-part conversation about Richard Ford's seventh novel, the powerful story of a teenager, a bank robbery and life’s contradictory experiences.
Pushcart and O. Henry Prize-winner Ben Fountain talks about heroes, war, and street language in his new novel.
Dutch author, Cees Nooteboom discusses the translation process and his poems of myth and landscape inspired by the drawings of Berlin artist, Max Neumann.
Susan Orlean on her moving account of how an orphaned puppy from France became a Hollywood movie star and a beloved canine icon.
British Indian writer Hari Kunsru on his new novel that explores loss, spiritual reconnection and sacrifice.
Adam Levin on how behavior, B.F. Skinner, and his own training to be a therapist influenced his wild and crazy collection of stories.
Israeli writer Etgar Keret talks about the explosive and funny stories that voyage into the fantastic in his new book.
Peter Behrens on his epic family saga, a compelling tale of Irish immigration during the first half of the twentieth century.
Heidi Julavits on female rivalry and the psychic bonds between mothers and daughters in her imaginative new novel.
Eighty-seven-year-old, William Gass discusses his new book of essays on the art of crafting words into prose.
Krys Lee on her collection of short stories about immigrants leading two lives: the ones they left behind, and new lives they can't quite inhabit.