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    • Bill Bryan interview

    • Reality television programs
    • Bill Bryan discusses his book, “Keep It Real.” He begins by commenting on the similarities between the book’s plot and some major modern television shows. He then details the plot of the novel which follows the protagonist Ted who over hears...
    • Steve Shagan interview, 1984

    • Bible. O.T. - Antiquities - Fiction; Women archaeologists - Fiction; Archaeological thefts - Fiction; Christian antiquities - Fiction
    • Steve Shagan discusses his novel, “The Discovery.” He begins by explaining that his book is about two archaeologists who fall through a desert hole in Syria and find hidden temples. He talks about how this is a true story of how two...
    • Lynn Miller interview, 2003

    • Wharton, Edith, 1862-1937 - Appreciation - Fiction; Women college teachers - Fiction; English teachers - Fiction; Biographers - Fiction; Tarot - Fiction
    • Lynn Miller discusses her novel, “The Fool’s Journey.” She begins by explaining that her novel is about an associate professor who has an affair with the head of her department and gets fired from her job. She discusses the different jobs...
    • Kit Williams interview, 1984 June

    • Literary recreations; Picture puzzles; Treasure troves; Allegories; Literary recreations
    • Kit Williams discusses his book, “The Bee on the Comb.” It consists of a series of artwork that was originally oil painted on linen. Williams explains that the story is from the bees’ point of view and describes the similarities between...
    • Kate Braverman interview, 2002

    • Kahlo, Frida - Fiction; Rivera, Diego, 1886-1957 - Fiction; Painters’ spouses - Fiction; Women painters - Fiction; Mexico - Fiction
    • Kate Braverman discusses her novel, “The Incantation of Frida K.” She begins by talking about how she was able to adapt her poetry into a full-length novel. She talks about the life of artist Frida Kahlo, her marriage to fellow painter Diego...
    • Tessa Dahl interview, 1989

    • Families - Fiction; Husbands - Fiction; Married women - Fiction
    • Tessa Dahl discusses her book, “Working for Love.” Dahl describes the protagonist, Molly, and her relationships with her father and husband, and her family tragedies. She also shares her own family’s tragedies and the similarities between...
    • Leora Krygier interview, 2004

    • Stepsisters - Fiction; Vietnam War, 1961-1975 - Psychological aspects - Fiction
    • Leora Krygier discusses her book, “When She Sleeps.” She begins by explaining the plot of the book and introducing the American and Vietnamese characters. Martinson asks Krygier to read a passage from the beginning of the novel. Krygier then...
    • Howard Meyer interview, 2003 July

    • International law; International Court of Justice
    • Howard Meyer discusses his book, “World Court” He begins by explaining that the book traces the history of the World Court back to the Hague Conference of 1899. In the book he charts the development of the World Court through World War I, the...

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