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    • Miriam Bat-Ami interview, 1999

    • Fort Ontario Emergency Refugee Shelter - Juvenile fiction; Fort Ontario Emergency Refugee Shelter - Fiction; Jewish refugees - New York (State) - Oswego - Juvenile fiction; Jews - New York (State) - Oswego - Juvenile fiction; Holocaust survivors -...
    • Miriam Bat-Ami discusses her book, “Two Suns in the Sky,” which explores refugees from Yugoslavia attempting to establish their new identities as Americans. The characters had to explore how to become Americans. Further, they wanted to...
    • Joseph Olshan interview

    • Older African American women - Fiction; Nannies - Fiction; Gay men - Fiction; Vermont - Fiction
    • Joseph Olshan discusses his book, “In Clara’s Hands.” He begins by discussing the plot, which centers on how things fall apart for a family when the oldest brother dies suddenly in a skiing accident. He explores the effect that this death has...
    • Thane Rosenbaum interview

    • Justice, Administration of - United States; Justice, Administration of, in literature; Justice, Administration of, in motion pictures; Courts - United States; Law - United States; Law and ethics
    • Thane Rosenbaum discusses his book, “The Myth of Moral Justice.” He begins by explaining that the legal system does not take into consideration what is moral because it is solely concerned with what is legal. He discusses how lawyers, judges,...
    • Marissa Batt interview, 2005 April 12

    • Batt, Marissa N.; Public prosecutors - California - Los Angeles - Biography; Criminal justice, Administration of - California - Los Angeles
    • Marissa Batt discusses her book, “Ready for the People.” She begins by explaining that the book explores her twenty-five year career working as a Deputy District Attorney in Los Angeles. The book covers three specific trials in detail. She then...
    • Tony Cohan interview

    • Cohan, Tony - Homes and haunts - California; Cohan, Tony - Childhood and youth; Cohan, Tony - Family; Novelists, American - 20th century - Biography; Terminally ill parents - California; Fathers and sons - California; Hollywood (Los Angeles,...
    • Tony Cohan discusses his book, “Native State.” He begins by discussing his last book, which was a memoir called “On Mexican Time” and was more of a travel narrative. He then explores his new book and how it is a memoir chronicling his life...
    • Max Frankel interview

    • Soviet Union - Foreign relations - United States; United States - Foreign relations - Soviet Union; Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962; Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeevich, 1894-1971; Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
    • Max Frankel discusses his book, “High Noon.” The book explores the history of the Cuban Missile Crisis, and the minds of the men who provoked and later resolved the infamous confrontation. As a journalist, Frankel explains how he utilized his...
    • Dora Levy Mossanen interview

    • Jews - Iran - Fiction; Jewish women - Fiction; Harems - Fiction; Iran - Fiction
    • Dora Levy Mossanen discusses her book, “Harem.” She begins by explaining that the book takes place in ancient Persia. In the book she explores how women during this time possessed extraordinary power despite their low social status. Mossanen...
    • Paul Mandelbaum interview, 2005 January 31

    • Remarried people - Fiction; Stepfamilies - Fiction; Divorced men - Fiction
    • Paul Mandelbaum discusses his book, “Garrett in Wedlock.” He begins by describing Garrett, the protagonist of the story, who is marrying May-Annlouise who has two children from two previous marriages. He explains that the book explores a range...
    • Jervey Tervalon interview, 2004 August 05

    • African American families - Fiction; Racially mixed people - Fiction; African Americans - Fiction; New Orleans (La.) - Fiction; Los Angeles (Calif.) - Fiction
    • Jervey Tervalon discusses his book, “Lita.” He begins by discussing his previous book, "Dead Above Ground" and how this book begins where the last one ended. Tervalon explores the plot of this new book which follows the protagonist Lita Du...
    • Eyal Press interview

    • Press, Shalom, 1940-; Abortion - United States; Physicians - United States - Attitudes; Abortion services - New York (State) - Buffalo; Pro-life movement - United States; Pro-choice movement - United States; Political violence - New York (State) -...
    • Eyal Press discusses his book, “Absolute Convictions.” He begins by sharing that the book is the story of his father who was an obstetrician who performed abortions in Buffalo, New York and the constant danger that this placed both he and his...
    • Rosemary Altea interview, 1995 June

    • Altea, Rosemary; Grey Eagle (Spirit); Women mediums - Biography; Future life - Miscellanea
    • Rosemary Altea discusses her book, The Eagle and the Rose, which explores explores her ability and experiences talking with spirits and the dead. Rosemary details her experience learning to deal with her ability, confronting those who do not...
    • Jonathan Kirsch interview

    • Terror - Religious aspects - Christianity - History; Inquisition
    • Jonathan Kirsch discusses his book, “The Grand Inquisitor’s Manual.” He begins by discussing the focus of some of his previous books and how this book is different in that it examines how government and religion allied together during the...
    • Harvey Cox interview, 2004 December 08

    • Jesus Christ - Example; Jesus Christ - Person and offices; Christianity - Forecasting
    • Harvey Cox discusses his book, “When Jesus Came to Harvard.” He begins by explaining that the inspiration for the book originated from an undergraduate course he taught at Harvard about moral decision making called “Jesus and the Moral...
    • Paola Gianturco interview, 2004 November 22

    • Gianturco, Paola; Photography of women; Festivals - Pictorial works
    • Paola Gianturco discusses her book, “Celebrating Women.” She begins by explaining that she was amazed to hear about celebrations around the world that had never been recorded in books before and was inspired to create this book so that others...
    • Paula Gunn Allen interview, 1994 July

    • Indians of North America - Fiction; American fiction - Indian authors; American fiction - 20th century
    • Editor Paula Gunn Allen discusses her volume, Voice of the Turtle, an overview of American Indian literature, from early oral histories to bestsellers. Voice of the Turtle explores the works of 17 authors, of which Connie and Paula discuss four,...
    • Lisa Pearl Rosenbaum interview

    • Jewish families - Fiction; Spirits –Fiction; Poland - Fiction
    • Lisa Rosenbaum discusses her book, “A Day of Small Beginnings.” She begins by discussing the book’s plot, which starts with the protagonist, Itzik who protects three small Jewish boys from a Polish peasant, only to result in the accidental...
    • Lewis Simons interview, 1987

    • Philippines - History - Revolution, 1986
    • Lewis Simons discusses his book, “Worth Dying For.” Simons, who won a Pulitzer Prize for his reporting in the Philippines, begins by explaining that the book explores the background of the Philippine Revolution. He discusses how Ferdinand...
    • Ann Louise Bardach interview, 2002 November 05

    • González, Elián, 1993-; Castro, Fidel, 1926-; Castro, Fidel, 1926- - Family; Castro, Fidel, 1926- - Friends and associates; Exiles - Political activity - Florida - Miami; Cuban Americans - Florida - Miami - Politics and government; Political...
    • Ann Louise Bardach discusses her book, “Cuba Confidential.” She begins by explaining that the book is both a history of Cuba and the story of Elian Gonzalez and why she felt the need to tell both stories. Bardach details Elain Gonzalez’ story...
    • David R. Cudlip interview

    • Political corruption - Fiction; Success in business - Fiction
    • David R. Cudlip discusses his novel, “Comprador.” He begins by explaining that his book is about six private financers who control worldwide trade markets. He says that although his book is fiction, he patterned it after real people and...

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