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January 01, 1990 - February 22, 2012 + Bookworm
Ayad Akhtar on coming-of-age as a Muslim in Milwaukee. We discuss the nature of cultural understanding and misunderstanding, sexual and spiritual awakening.
Most everyone has a skeleton in the closet. Wayne Koestenbaum talks about those gruesome and hideous moments most of us would rather not remember.
Steve Erickson latest novel seeks to find a haven in the midst of our economic despair and our fears of global catastrophe.
Leibovitz's first photo book of objects and landscapes is a triumphant array of iconic images. We talk about her opinions on light, digital imagery and...
This first novel follows the narrator who just happens to be named Ismet Prcic from Bosnia to America, from a radical theater group to a...
Dennis Cooper on the inarticulate emotions that underlie the razzle-dazzle of secret corridors, lush language, brutality and desire.
Autobiographical essays and Jonathan Lethem on his favorite books, spending time with James Brown and the writer's role as public intellectual.
This book of poetry is the product of great grief in Peter Gizzi's life: the death of his mother, his brother and his best friend...
Paul La Farge on his innovation of the novel form. His new novel, though it is published between covers, only represents one third of the...
The true story of the historical detective whose work uncovered the 1000 year-old poem that shook the early Christian world and marked the beginning of...
After the deaths of husband and daughter, Joan Didion wrote the most personal and poetic book of her impressive career...
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jeffrey Eugenides on his new novel, in which he learned to "do" character.
A rebroadcast of an engaging conversation with our great octogenarian laureate, W.S. Merwin.
With little known about Pat Nixon, Ann Beattie decided to write a novel in the form of a writer's manual, she used Mrs. Nixon as...