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    • Joseph White interview, 2004 February

    • United States - Race relations; Racism - United States - Psychological aspects; African American men - Psychology
    • Dr. Joseph White discusses his book, “Black Man Emerging.” White begins by explaining that the book has two main thrusts. The first was to move beyond the stereotypes of the black man in society. Some examples of stereotypes that he uses are, “the...
    • Roger Khan interview, 1989 February

    • Rose, Pete, 1941-; Cincinnati Reds (Baseball team); Baseball players - United States - Biography
    • Roger Khan discusses Pete Rose’s autobiography, “Pete Rose: My Story,” which he helped to coauthor. Khan begins by describing Pete Rose’s early years, familial pressures, and playing in the minor leagues. He describes how Rose had some natural...
    • Susan Vreeland interview, 2005 February

    • Painters - Fiction; Impressionist artists - Fiction; Post-impressionism (Art) - Fiction; Biographical fiction, American; France - Fiction
    • Susan Vreeland discusses her book, “Life Studies.” Vreeland shares stories from the book, which cast the profiled painters as peripheral characters. She tells the story of how Pierre-Auguste Renoir meets the little girl from his work, “A Girl...
    • Mary Gordon interview, 2005 February

    • Students, Foreign - Northern Ireland - Fiction; Upper West Side (New York, N.Y.) - Fiction; Americans - Northern Ireland - Fiction; Mothers and daughters - Fiction; Protest movements - Fiction; Northern Ireland - Fiction; Hunger strikes - Fiction
    • Mary Gordon discusses her book, “Pearl.” Martinson sets up the conversation by talking about a scene from the book in which a mother is notified that her daughter is on a hunger and water strike. Gordon then goes on to ask how does a mother...
    • Al Gore interview, 1992 February 18

    • Environmental policy; Environmental protection; Human ecology
    • Al Gore discusses his book “Earth in the Balance: Ecology and the Human Spirit.” He describes how human actions and decisions can endanger or protect the Earth’s ecosystem and stresses how the Earth’s inhabitants face a global environmental...
    • Joe Queenan interview, 1994 February

    • Motion pictures - United States - Reviews; Motion pictures - United States - Humor
    • Joe Queenan, movie essayist and critic, talks about his latest book, a satirical examination of movie scenes and whether these scenes truly can happen in real life; his answer: no. For the majority of the interview, Queenan talks about specific...
    • Peter Biskind interview, 2004 February 02

    • Miramax Films - History; Sundance Film Festival - History; Independent filmmakers - United States
    • Peter Biskind discusses his book, “Down and Dirty Pictures.” He begins by telling the story of the Weinstein brothers and Miramax. He explains how Harvey and Bob Weinstein started out from a lower-middle class background in Queens, New York and...
    • Helen Hayes interview, 1988 February

    • Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.) - Fiction
    • Helen Hayes discusses her book, "Where the Truth Lies," written with Thomas Chastain. The book is a murder mystery and the main character is named Arthur Strickland. He is a movie producer who makes an award winning film and is then murdered on...
    • Joseph Wambaugh interview, 1989 February

    • Rape - Investigation - England - Leicestershire - Case studies; Murder - Investigation - England - Leicestershire - Case studies; DNA fingerprinting
    • Joseph Wambaugh discusses his book, “The Blooding.” He begins by saying that the technique of genetic fingerprinting developed by Alex Jeffreys was used to solve the case of two murdered girls in Leicester, England. Wambaugh states that he used...
    • Kimberla Lawson Roby interview, 2004 February

    • Married women - Fiction; Spouses of clergy - Fiction; African American women - Fiction; African American clergy - Fiction; Black, Curtis (Fictitious character) - Fiction
    • Kimberla Lawson Roby discusses her book, “Too Much of a Good Thing.” She begins by introducing her main character Curtis Black, a philandering Baptist pastor who joins a new congregation after being kicked out of his old one. She talks about...
    • Margaret Whiting interview, 1987 February

    • Whiting, Margaret; Singers - United States - Biography
    • Margaret Whiting discusses her autobiography, “It Might As Well Be Spring.” She begins by talking about her early family life, her father’s career as a famous songwriter, and how she knew many Hollywood stars in the 1940s. She describes...
    • Paul Erdman interview, 1987 February

    • Fantasy fiction, American; Science fiction, American
    • Paul Erdman discusses his novel, “The Panic of ’89.” He begins by explaining that the book is a fictional account of what would happen if Mexico and Brazil stopped paying the United States and lowered oil prices. He talks about how he converges...
    • Joanne Harris interview, 2004 February

    • Henry IV, King of France, 1553-1610 - Assassination - Fiction; Abbesses, Christian - Fiction; Impersonation - Fiction; Actresses - Fiction; Nuns - Fiction; France - History - Louis XIII, 1610-1643 - Fiction
    • Joanne and Connie focus the majority of their discussion on the intrigue, turmoil, deception, and masquerade that surround a young woman who retreats to a convent to protect her young daughter. Joanne also discusses her research and writing...
    • Russell Andrews interview, 2004 February

    • Police - New York (State) - Long Island - Fiction; Serial murders - Fiction; Long Island (N.Y.) - Fiction
    • Russell and Connie begin the discussion talking about the plot and characters in Russell’s thriller about the murder of a young female journalist, that draws Russell’s protagonist, a small-town Long Island cop, into a dangerous investigation that...
    • Deborah Lipstadt interview, 1985

    • Jews - Germany - History - 1933-1945 - Public opinion; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Public opinion; American newspapers; Public opinion - United States; Germany - Foreign public opinion, American
    • Deborah Lipstadt discusses her book, “Beyond Belief: The American Press and the Coming of the Holocaust.” Lipstadt talks about the Nazis’ feelings toward news transmissions and says that the Holocaust story was portrayed with little significance...
    • Taylor Branch interview, 1989 February

    • King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968; African Americans - Civil rights; Civil rights movements - United States - History - 20th century; United States - History - 1953-1961
    • Taylor Branch discusses his book, “Parting the Waters: America in the King Years, 1954-63.” Branch and Martinson begin by talking about King’s name change from Michael to Martin Luther after his father’s visit to Europe. Branch then goes on to...
    • Rabbi Harvey Fields interview, 1994 February

    • Bible. Pentateuch - Commentaries; Bible; Pentateuch
    • Rabbi Harvey Fields begins the interview discussing that he wanted to provide the average reader a user-friendly opportunity to explore the biblical tradition. In particular, Harvey discusses wanting to help the average reader accomplish two...
    • Steven Ivory interview, 2004 February

    • Ivory, Steven - Relations with women; Journalists - United States - Biography
    • Steven Ivory discusses his autobiography, “Fool In Love.” He begins by telling how his book came into production after readers of his online column asked him to compile his essays. He talks about how his book is grouped into three parts: dealing...
    • Rosa Parks interview, 1992 February

    • African Americans - Alabama - Montgomery - Biography; Civil rights workers - Alabama - Montgomery - Biography; Segregation in transportation - Alabama - Montgomery - History - 20th century; African Americans - Civil rights - Alabama - Montgomery -...
    • Rosa Parks discusses her book, “Rosa Parks: My Story.” Parks talks about her grandparents and her mother who was a teacher. She goes on to discuss her involvement in the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People), trying...
    • Brad Geagley interview, 2005 February 14

    • Egypt - History - To 332 B.C. - Fiction; Ramses III, King of Egypt - Fiction
    • Brad Geagley discusses his book, “Year of the Hyenas.” He begins by discussing how the book is a murder mystery set in ancient Egypt when the kingdom was at the height of its glory and power. Geagley explains that as a backdrop for his detective...

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