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    • Claude N. Rosenberg interview, 1995 February

    • Philanthropists - United States; Philanthropists - United States - Finance, Personal; Community development - United States - Finance
    • Claude N. Rosenberg discusses his book, “Wealthy and Wise.” He begins by explaining that his book is about the benefits of donating to charities while you are still alive. He describes how tax returns can continue benefiting a person throughout...
    • Dan Chaon interview, 2004

    • Identity (Psychology) - Fiction; City and town life - Fiction; Fate and fatalism - Fiction; Middle West - Fiction
    • Dan Chaon discusses his novel, “You Remind Me of Me.” He begins by explaining that his book is about the struggles and problems of family life. Martinson asks Chaon to read the first paragraph of the book about a young boy who has a near death...
    • William Knoke interview, 1996

    • Twenty-first century - Forecasts
    • William Knoke discusses his book, “Bold New World.” He begins by explaining that his book is about how life and customs will change in the 20th century. He says that economic, social, romantic, educational, and governmental rules will become...
    • Lou Cannon interview, 1997

    • King, Rodney; Los Angeles (Calif.). Police Dept; Riots - California - Los Angeles - History - 20th century; Racism - California - Los Angeles - History - 20th century; African Americans - Civil rights - California - Los Angeles - History - 20th...
    • Lou Cannon discusses his book, “Official Negligence.” He begins the interview by explaining what caused the Watts riots and how the courts ruled against Rodney King. He describes how he was a journalist for the Washington Post and came to Los...
    • David Plotz interview, 2005

    • Graham, Robert Klark; Sperm banks - United States; Artificial insemination, Human - United States; Nobel Prizes; Intellect - Genetic Aspects
    • David Plotz discusses his book, “The Genius Factory.” He begins by giving background information on how Robert Klark Graham started the Repository for Germinal Choice in 1980, which was a sperm bank where Nobel Prize winners were solicited to...
    • Aliza A. Lifshitz interview, 1999

    • Pregnancy; Prenatal care
    • Dr. Aliza A. Lifshitz discusses her book, “Mamá Sana, Bebé Sano : Una Guia en Espanol e Inglés Sobre el Embarazo, la Atención Prenatal, el Nacimiento y el Cuidado del Recién Nacido = Healthy Mother, Healthy Baby : a Spanish/English Guide to...
    • Amy Wallace interview, 2003

    • Castaneda, Carlos, 1931-1998; Anthropologists - United States - Biography; Cults - United States
    • Amy Wallace discusses her book, “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice: My Life with Carlos Castaneda.” Wallace talks about her relationship with her father, Irving Wallace, and his relationship with Carlos Castaneda. She talks about Castaneda’s writings and...
    • Joshua Wolf Shenk interview

    • Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865 - Psychology; Presidents - United States - Biography; Speed, Joshua F. (Joshua Fry), 1814-1882; Depression in men; Depression, Mental
    • Joshua Wolf Shenk discusses his biography, “Lincoln’s Melancholy.” He begins with describing Abraham Lincoln’s history of depression and melancholy even as a child. He also talks about Lincoln’s friendship with Joshua F. Speed and how although...
    • James Sheehan interview, 2005

    • Attorney and client - Fiction; Judicial error - Fiction; New York (N.Y.) - Fiction; Florida - Fiction
    • James Sheehan discusses his novel, “The Mayor of Lexington Avenue.” He begins by talking about the plot of the story and giving background information on the characters. He discusses his own background of studying law and growing up in New York...
    • Bruno Bettelheim interview, 1987

    • Child rearing; Parenting; Child psychology
    • Bruno Bettelheim discusses his book, “A Good Enough Parent.” He begins by explaining that the most important gift a parent can give his or her child is a sense of security and a positive sense of self. He talks about how parents can duplicate...
    • Marlene Adler Marks interview, 1999

    • Journalists - United States - Biography; Dating (Social customs) - Anecdotes; Jewish women - United States - Biography
    • Marlene Marks discusses her autobiography, “A Woman’s Voice.” She begins by explaining that she writes a syndicated column for the Jewish Journal, and that the book is a compilation of her articles and personal stories. She talks about her career...
    • Erika Schickel interview

    • Mothers - Humor; Families - Humor
    • Erika Schickel discusses her book, “You’re Not the Boss of Me.” She begins by explaining that she used to be an actress and wrote the first chapter as a performance piece. Martinson asks Schickel to read a passage from the book about being...
    • Thomas Hine interview, 2002

    • Consumers - History; Consumption (Economics) - History; Shopping - History; Retail trade - History
    • Thomas Hine discusses his book, “I Want That!” He begins the interview by explaining consumer history and questioning the power that possessions have over people. He talks about the first department stores which began in the 1850s, and how...
    • Gayle Lynds interview, 2004

    • Intelligence service - Fiction; Fathers - Death - Fiction; Conspiracies - Fiction; Women spies - Fiction; Extortion - Fiction; Assassins - Fiction; Cold War - Fiction
    • Gayle Lynds discusses her novel, “The Coil.” She begins by giving background information about her characters and their family relations and Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) connections. She explains how she uses CIA spies in her story and their...
    • Joseph Bailey interview

    • Fear
    • Joseph Bailey discusses his book, “Fearproof Your Life.” He begins by giving an acronym for fear, which he states is, “false evidence appearing real.” He then explains the roles that our “true self” and our “self image” play in our lives. Bailey...
    • Mel Stuart interview, 2002

    • Willy Wonka and the chocolate factory (Motion picture); Film adaptations - History and criticism; Motion pictures; Motion pictures - Casting - United States
    • Mel Stuart discusses his book, “Pure Imagination.” The book gives a behind-the-scenes look at the 1971 film Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory which Stuart himself directed. He explains that his young daughter asked him to make a film...
    • Alexander Sanger interview, 2004 April

    • Reproductive rights; Abortion, Legal - ethics; Freedom; Public Opinion; Sexual Behavior
    • Alexander Sanger discusses his book, “Beyond Choice.” He begins by explaining his family history and how he is the grandson of women’s activist Margaret Sanger, and he was the president of Planned Parenthood in New York City. He discusses famous...
    • Kathleen Sharp interview, 2004 January

    • Wasserman, Lew; Wasserman, Edie; Music Corporation of America; Chief executive officers - United States - Biography
    • Kathleen Sharp discusses her biography, “Mr. & Mrs. Hollywood.” She begins by giving background information on the lives of Lew Wasserman, the head of the Music Corporation of America (MCA), and his wife Edie. Sharp talks about her first hand...
    • Annett Wolf interview, 1987

    • Motion pictures - Production and direction - Vocational guidance
    • Annett Wolf talks about her career as an independent filmmaker and discusses Michael Wiese’s book, “The Independent Film & Videomakers Guide.” She begins by giving background information on herself, her upbringing in Denmark, and working with...
    • Robert Tanenbaum interview, 2004

    • Karp, Butch (Fictitious character) - Fiction; Ciampi, Marlene (Fictitious character) - Fiction; Rap musicians - Crimes against - Fiction; Public prosecutors - Fiction; New York (N.Y.) - Fiction
    • Robert Tanenbaum discusses his novel, “Hoax.” He begins by giving background information on his two main characters: Butch Karp, the District Attorney of New York City and his wife Marlene Ciampi. He describes how a few young rap artists befriend...

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