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    • Michael Guillen interview, 1995 September

    • Physics - Popular works; Equations;
    • Michael and Connie begin the interview discussing that his book is a story about the power of mathematics, “truths,” and the wondrous nature of universe. For example, Michael uses Newton’s equation describing gravity to tell a story about how...
    • Michael Oren interview

    • Middle East - Foreign relations - United States; United States - Foreign relations - Middle East;
    • Michael and Connie begin the interview talking about John Ledyard, the first US citizen to travel to and report on the Middle East in the late Eighteenth century, a region known almost exclusively to his fellow countrymen from the Bible and myths....
    • Harry Flynn interview

    • Landon, Michael, 1936-1991 - Anecdotes; Television actors and actresses - United States - Anecdotes
    • Harry Flynn discusses his book, “Michael Landon.” He begins by discussing Michael Landon’s life growing up and the television special he did on being a bed wetter. Flynn then explains how Landon discovered he had cancer. He goes on to share stories...
    • Michael Blake interview, 2006 December

    • United States. Army. Cavalry - History - 19th century; Indians of North America - Wars - 1862-1865; Indians of North America - Wars - 1866-1895; Indians of North America - Government relations; United States - History - 19th century; United States...
    • Michael and Connie begin the interview talking about the opening of the American West following the establishment of the Oregon Trail in the 1840s. For the majority of the interview, Michael discusses a number of the stories from his book that...
    • Michael Datcher interview, 2001

    • Datcher, Michael, 1967-; Datcher, Michael, 1967- - Childhood and youth; Poets, American - 20th century - Biography; African American families - California - Los Angeles; Fatherless families - California - Los Angeles; Journalists - United States -...
    • Michael Datcher discusses his book, “Raising Fences.” He begins by talking about his early life and his choice to live with his adopted family over the real family who gave him up. Martinson asks him to read a passage about his adoption and how...
    • Jesse Kornbluth interview, 1992 August

    • Milken, Michael; Stockbrokers - United States - Biography; Securities industry - Corrupt practices - United States
    • Jesse Kornbluth discusses his biography, “Highly Confident: The Crime and Punishment of Michael Milken.” He begins by explaining that his book is about the life of financier Michael Milken, who developed high-yield bonds and was convinced for...
    • Michael Mewshaw interview, 2006

    • Mewshaw, Michael, 1943- - Family; Mewshaw, Michael, 1943- - Relations with women; Novelists, American - 20th century - Biography; Birthparents - Identification
    • Michael Mewshaw discusses his autobiography, “If You Could See Me Now.” He begins by explaining that he had a girlfriend in college who put her daughter up for adoption, and the girl found him later in life looking for her mother. The daughter...
    • Michael Konik Coleman interview, 2005 February 7

    • Europe - Description and travel; Dogs - Europe - Anecdotes; Americans - Europe - Anecdotes; Travel with dogs - Europe - Anecdotes; Dog owners - Europe - Anecdotes; Konik, Michael - Travel - Europe
    • Michael Konik discusses his book, “Ella in Europe.” He begins by sharing how after growing up in family with dogs, as an adult he decided to make the move from New York to Los Angeles in order to be able to have his own dog. Shortly after his move...
    • Michael Lewis interview, 1999

    • Clark, Jim, 1944-; Businessmen - United States - Biography; Computer software industry - United States - History
    • Michael Lewis discusses his book, “The New New Thing: A Silicon Valley Story.” Lewis describes the early life of Jim Clark, founder of Silicon Graphics, Netscape, and Healtheon. He then talks about “conspicuous production,” individuals Clark has...
    • Michael Lewis interview

    • Internet - Economic aspects; Internet - Social aspects
    • Michael Lewis discusses his book, “Next: The Future Just Happened.” Lewis explains how his book examines the Internet’s role in how people live, work and think. He identifies a status revolution in which individuals are vital players and goes on to...
    • Michael W. Dean interview, 2004

    • Music trade; Sound recording industry - Vocational guidance; Popular music Writing and publishing; Music - Vocational guidance; Music - Reference books
    • Michael W. Dean discusses his book, “$30 Music School.” He talks about how he was a high school drop-out who became a self-taught musician and filmmaker. In the book he describes how to write a song, how and where to buy equipment, how to get...
    • Michael Shermer interview

    • Science - Miscellanea; Science - Philosophy
    • Michael Shermer discusses his book, “Science Friction.” He begins by explaining that the book is a collection of essays that explore the barriers and biases that both plaque and fuel science. In these essays he faces such questions as: how does...
    • Michael Chabon interview

    • New York (N.Y.) - Fiction; Cartoonists - Fiction; Young men - Fiction; Czech Americans - Fiction; Heroes in mass media - Fiction; Comic books, strips, etc. - Authorship - Fiction
    • Michael Chabon discusses his novel, “The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay.” He shares the plot of the book, which follows the lives of the title characters, Joe Kavalier and Sam Clay. Kavalier, an artist, and Clay, a writer, join together to...
    • Michael Connelly interview, 1996

    • Serial murders - Fiction; Police murders - Fiction; Journalists - Fiction
    • Michael Connelly discusses his novel, “Poet.” He begins by explaining that this is the fifth book he has written, but the first that follows his character detective Jack McEvoy. Martinson asks Connelly to read the first paragraph of the novel. ...
    • Michael Kantor and Laurence Maslon interview

    • Musicals - New York (State) - New York - History and criticism
    • Michael Kantor and Laurence Maslon discuss their book, “Broadway.” They begin by explaining that the book is a result of a 6 week PBS special on Broadway musicals. They talk about the early history of musicals, including the first performer...
    • Michael Tolkin interview

    • Revenge - Fiction; Prisoners - Fiction; Murderers - Fiction; Married people - Fiction; Insurance crimes - Fiction; Americans - Jamaica - Fiction
    • Michael Tolkin discusses his book, “Under Radar.” He begins by explaining the plot, which follows the character Tom, who has taken his family on vacation to a resort in Jamaica. However, the vacation runs a foul when Tom pushes another guest off a...
    • Michael Tolkin interview

    • Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.) - Fiction; Motion picture industry - Fiction
    • Michael Tolkin discusses his novel, “The Return of the Player.” He begins by detailing the plot of his newest novel, which follows the character Griffin Mill, who was introduced in one of his earlier novels, “The Player.” The plot of Tolkin’s book...
    • Michael Bloomberg interview

    • Capitalists and financiers - United States - Biography; Investments - United States; Businessmen - United States - Biography; Telecommunication - United States
    • Michael Bloomberg discusses his book, “Bloomberg by Bloomberg.” Martinson begins by providing Bloomberg’s background as a partner at Salomon Brothers and then to the founding of his own company. Bloomberg goes on to discuss his company’s culture...
    • Michael Chabon interview, 1995 April

    • Authors - Fiction
    • Michael Chabon discusses his book, “Wonder Boys.” Martinson begins by defining the term “wonder boy.” Chabon goes on to describe the storyline and the characters, Grady Tripp, an aging wonder boy, and his student, James Leer. Chabon's interview...
    • Michael André Bernstein interview, 2004 May

    • Galicia (Poland and Ukraine) - Fiction; Aristocracy (Social class) - Fiction; Intelligence officers - Fiction; Jewish preaching - Fiction; Revolutionaries - Fiction; Conspiracies - Fiction; Rabbis - Fiction; Europe - History - 1871-1918 - Fiction
    • Michael André Bernstein discusses his novel, “Conspirators.” He begins by explaining how he is a professor in Berkeley, CA and teaches English and comparative literature. He describes the plot of his book: a play writer who must go back over all...

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