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January 01, 1990 - November 16, 2012 + Bookworm
The Matisse Stories Author A.S. Byatt defends art-for-art's-sake against the incursions of multi-cultural politics.
Dreaming A nuts-and-bolts conversation about truth-telling and family history.
Trinity Fields A conversation about secrets--political, personal and spiritual--and how they drive a story.
Wonder Boys Young Michael Chabon discusses his feelings about the blocked, frustrated writers and editors who people his new novel...
After Warhol: Two survivors of the original Warhol Underground Films (Chelsea Girls, Vinyl, Kitchenette, etc.) discuss artistic life after Andy.
(marketing manager of Small Press Distribution) How to find out about the vibrant writers emerging today? How to find their books? A conversation with...
Let the Dog Drive The author's indefatigable adventures drove his wild book from the obscurity of an unknown press to cult status and major-league paperback...
Loose Woman Poetry, memory and the Chicana writer. Author Sandra Cisneros talks about identity, the sexual revolution and self-motivation.
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.