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    • Stewart Burns interview, 1992

    • Civil rights - United States - History; Human rights - United States - History
    • Stewart Burns discusses the book that he co-wrote with his father, James MacGregor Burns, “A People’s Charter.” He begins by explaining several instances in history when people’s rights have not been upheld like the Red Scare during the...
    • David Wallechinsky interview, 1995 December

    • Almanacs, American; Handbooks, vade-mecums, etc.; Twentieth century - Miscellanea
    • David Wallechinsky discusses his book, “The People’s Almanac Presents the Twentieth Century: The Definitive Compendium of Astonishing Events, Amazing People, and Strange-But-True Facts.” He begins by describing how this book was intended to...
    • J. Robert Lennon interview, 2003

    • Letter carriers - Fiction; Postal service - Fiction; City and town life - Fiction; New York (State) - Fiction
    • J. Robert Lennon discusses his novel, “Mailman.” He begins by introducing his main character Albert, a mailman who feels disconnected from society so he beings to read people’s mail. Lennon talks about Albert’s family tensions throughout...
    • Noah Hawley interview, 2004 June

    • Wedding photography - Fiction; Commitment (Psychology) - Fiction; Women photographers - Fiction; Weddings - Fiction
    • Noah begins the interview talking about how he wanted to write a dark comedy that explored the reality of modern relationships as an alternative to the trite artifice of Hollywood’s romantic comedies. Noah and Connie spend the majority of the...
    • Pat York interview, 1991

    • Older people - Interviews; Older people - Portraits; Self-realization in old age
    • Pat York discusses her book, “Going Strong.” She shares stories about the individuals aged 75 and older featured in her book. The people she discusses are: George Abbott, Brooke Astor, George Burns, Dr. William Cahan, Barbara Cartland,...
    • Nadine Nardi Davidson interview, 2002

    • Travel etiquette; Travel
    • Nadine Nardi Davidson discusses her book, “Travel with Others.” She begins by talking about people’s different travel personalities and how although people may get along together, things are different while traveling. She gives personal...
    • Guy Johnson interview

    • World War, 1914-1918 - Participation, African American - Fiction; African American families - Fiction; African American soldiers - Fiction; African American men - Fiction; Louisiana - Fiction; Oklahoma - Fiction
    • Guy Johnson discusses his novel, “Standing at the Scratch Line.” He begins by talking about how he wanted to write about the life experience of African Americans in the early 1900s. He describes how his main character joins an all-black...
    • Erica Jong interview

    • Jong, Erica; Authors, American - 20th century - Biography
    • Erica Jong discusses her autobiography, “Seducing the Demon.” She begins by talking about how she wrote her famous book, “Fear of Flying.” She talks about how she wrote that book during graduate school, and discusses people’s responses...
    • Judith Merkle Riley interview, 1994 June

    • Witches - Fiction; Young women - Fiction; Paris (France) - History - Louis XIV, 1643-1715 - Fiction
    • Judith Merkle Riley discusses her novel, “The Oracle Glass.” She begins by explaining that her book is about a network of women in the 17th century who relied on their oracle powers to tell people’s futures. She discusses her job as a...
    • Ian McEwan interview

    • Great Britain - Fiction; London (England) - Fiction; Editors - Fiction; Composers - Fiction; Foreign ministers - Fiction; Political corruption - Fiction
    • Ian McEwan discusses his novel, “Amsterdam.” He details the plot, which begins with the death of photographer/restaurant critic, Molly Lane. Molly’s death leads her many friends and lovers to ponder their own mortality. Two of her former...
    • Hollis Norton interview

    • Real estate investment; Success in business
    • Hollis Norton discusses his book, “How to Make It When You’re Cash Poor.” He begins by stressing the importance of having a good lawyer when a person is investing in real estate. He gives tips on how to find a good lawyer, a good...
    • William Greider interview, 2003

    • Capitalism - United States; Capitalism - Moral and ethical aspects - United States; Capitalism - Social aspects - United States
    • William Greider discusses his book, “The Soul of Capitalism: Opening Paths to a Moral Economy.” He says that priceless elements in people’s lives are being driven out by prices being placed on everything. Greider talks about the...
    • Benjamin C. Bradlee interview, 1995 October

    • Bradlee, Benjamin C.; Journalists - United States - Biography
    • Benjamin C. Bradlee discusses his autobiography, “A Good Life.” He begins by explaining that he was the editor of the Washington Post during President Kennedy’s assassination, the Pentagon Papers, and the Watergate scandal. He talks about...
    • Dr. Judith Kuriansky interview, 1984

    • Sex (Psychology); Psychosexual disorders; Interpersonal relations;
    • Dr. Kuriansky begins the interviewing discussing some of the questions that people have about relationships and sex. Connie and Judith also discuss how she handles the responsibility that comes with answering people’s questions about sex and...
    • Francine Shapiro interview, 1997

    • Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing - Popular works
    • Dr. Francine Shapiro discusses her book, “EMDR.” She begins by explaining that EMDR stands for eye movement desensitization and reprocessing. She talks about how she developed this form of therapy that helps ease anxiety and stress. She...
    • Ana Menéndez interview, 2004

    • Guevara, Ernesto, 1928-1967 - Fiction; Cuban American women - Fiction; Illegitimate children - Fiction; Mothers and daughters - Fiction; Americans - Cuba - Fiction; Revolutionaries - Fiction; Women - Cuba - Fiction; Birthmothers - Fiction; Miami...
    • Ana Menéndez discusses her novel, “Loving Che.” She begins by describing the use of photography in her book to give the story a non-fiction quality. She explains that “Loving Che” is about a young girl in Miami who wants to get to know...
    • Matthew Pearl interview, 2003 May

    • Dante Alighieri, 1265 – 1321 – Appreciation – Fiction; Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1809 – 1894 – Fiction; Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803 – 1882 – Fiction; Authors – Fiction; Insects – Fiction; Boston (Mass.) – Fiction;
    • For the majority of the interview, Matthew discusses the historical events that background his novel about a series of murders that parallel the punishments and obscene deaths detailed in Dante’s Inferno. Matthew also discusses why he wrote the...
    • Joseph Wapner interview, 1987 December

    • Wapner, Joseph A.; Judicial opinions - California; Justice, Administration of - California
    • Judge Joseph A. Wapner discusses his autobiography, “A View from the Bench.” He begins by talking about how he gave up a career as an attorney to be a municipal court judge. He is the judge on the television show “The People’s Court,”...
    • Warren Eckstein interview, 1998

    • Eckstein, Warren; Dog trainers - United States - Biography; Animal behavior therapists - United States - Biography
    • Warren Eckstein discusses his autobiography, “Memoirs of a Pet Therapist.” He begins by explaining that he worked on the Today Show with Regis and Kathy as a pet therapist, answering people’s questions on animal behavior. He talks about his...

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