Alan Cheuse

writer and critic

Guest

American writer and commentator for NPR's All Things Considered

Alan Cheuse on KCRW

The "voice of NPR book reviews" takes a singular opportunity – the discussion of his own novel with KCRW's bookworm, Michael Silverblatt.

Alan Cheuse: Prayers for the Living

The "voice of NPR book reviews" takes a singular opportunity – the discussion of his own novel with KCRW's bookworm, Michael Silverblatt.

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