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January 01, 1990 - October 05, 2012 + Bookworm

Richard Ford: Canada, Part 1 listen Download

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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.

Ben Fountain: Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk listen Download

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Pushcart and O. Henry Prize-winner Ben Fountain talks about heroes, war, and street language in his new novel.

Cees Nooteboom: Self-Portrait of an Other listen Download

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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: Rin Tin Tin-The Life and the Legend listen Download

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Susan Orlean on her moving account of how an orphaned puppy from France became a Hollywood movie star and a beloved canine icon.

Hari Kunzru: Gods Without Men listen Download

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British Indian writer Hari Kunsru on his new novel that explores loss, spiritual reconnection and sacrifice.

Adam Levin: Hot Pink listen Download

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Adam Levin on how behavior, B.F. Skinner, and his own training to be a therapist influenced his wild and crazy collection of stories.

Etgar Keret: Suddenly, A Knock on the Door listen Download

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Israeli writer Etgar Keret talks about the explosive and funny stories that voyage into the fantastic in his new book.

Peter Behrens: The O'Briens listen Download

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Peter Behrens on his epic family saga, a compelling tale of Irish immigration during the first half of the twentieth century.

Heidi Julavits: The Vanishers listen Download

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Heidi Julavits on female rivalry and the psychic bonds between mothers and daughters in her imaginative new novel.

William H. Gass: Life Sentences listen Download

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Eighty-seven-year-old, William Gass discusses his new book of essays on the art of crafting words into prose.

Krys Lee: Drifting House listen Download

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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.

Jeanette Winterson: Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal? listen Download

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Jeanette Winterson on her new memoir that details how she survived being adopted by a dominating and wildly eccentric Pentecostal mother.

Moshe Kasher: Kasher in the Rye listen Download

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The true tale of a white boy from Oakland who became a drug addict, criminal, mental patient, and then turned 16.

Edward St. Aubyn: The Patrick Melrose Novels (Part 2) listen Download

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Edward St. Aubyn on his a five-book series, The Patrick Melrose Novels. (Part 2 of 2)

Edward St. Aubyn: The Patrick Melrose Novels (Part 1) listen Download

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Edward St. Aubyn on his a five-book series, The Patrick Melrose Novels. (Part 1 of 2)