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Interviews originally posted in 3 / 2001

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The Third Side
by William Ury

Turn Off the Fat Genes
by Dr. Neal Barnard

Paris to the Moon
by Adam Gopnik

My Dream of You
by Nuala O'Faolain

A Darkness More Than Night
by Michael Connelly

Treason by the Book
by Jonathan Spence

How to Make Black America Better
by Tavis Smiley

Augusta, Gone
by Martha Tod Dudman

Blood and Honey
by Ron Haviv

The Bonesetter's Daughter
by Amy Tan

Shutterbabe
by Deborah Copaken Kogan


It's historical fiction with a kind of weird, surreal, postmodern twist, in that the whole novel is a flashback from the point of view of a narrator who happens to be a book. This is a story being told by a book - Isaac Newton's master work of science called the "Principia Mathematica."

- James Morrow
The Last Witchfinder


Featuring 1,841 interviews with 1,590 authors, including:

"The Perfect Blend" by C. Kelly Robinson

"The Princes of Ireland" by Edward Rutherfurd

"You'll Never Nanny in This Town Again" by Suzanne Hansen
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