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January 01, 1990 - November 20, 2012 + Bookworm
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.
Jeanette Winterson on her new memoir that details how she survived being adopted by a dominating and wildly eccentric Pentecostal mother.
The true tale of a white boy from Oakland who became a drug addict, criminal, mental patient, and then turned 16.
Edward St. Aubyn on his a five-book series, The Patrick Melrose Novels. (Part 2 of 2)
Edward St. Aubyn on his a five-book series, The Patrick Melrose Novels. (Part 1 of 2)
What if language turned on its human users? Ben Marcus his novel, a dark story about language and the breakdown of language.
Jonathan Lethem and Steve Erickson discuss science fiction-prophet, writer Philip K Dick.
Can a gay man and a straight man be friends? Edmund White explores the gay-straight axis in Jack Holmes & His Friend.
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.