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January 01, 1990 - October 05, 2012 + Bookworm
How Late It Was, How LateThe Scottish novelist whose recent book won the Booker Prize discusses current Scottish literature, the influence of the supernatural story...
Assembling California; The Ransom of Russian Art Essayist John McPhee talks about the essay as literature.
The Following Story Death and metamorphosis play important roles in Cees Nooteboom's award-winning new novel...
But for the Lovers Nolledo---s long-out-of-print cult novel has been republished, provoking a conversation about literary destiny, and the complex position of a Philippine-born novelist...
The Inhabited Woman Activism, magic realism, Pablo Neruda, incantation, politics and history in the work of Gioconda Belli.
Author William H. Gass discusses the evolution and style of his thirty-years-in-the-making new novel, finally published this month.
Family In this conversation about autobiography, history and the texture of memory, the author discusses the dangers he faced in using a passionate, sincere style.
Collected Poems The award-winning poet reads from his work and discusses the formal structures behind his informal subject matter.
Playland (Random House) What has happened to innocence? A discussion of power and victimization in the thrillers of John Gregory Dunne.
The Wild Party: The Lost Classic by Joseph Moncure March (Pantheon Books)A talk -- about illustration and jazz-age poetry; political correctness and eroticism -- with...
Fatheralong The author on memory, paternity and ethnicity.
In the Lake of the Woods An argument: Who tells the story--the politician, the novelist or the killer?
The Informers Host Michael Silverblatt and author Ellis agree to avoid controversy and content, and instead discuss style, character, intention and technique.