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Interviews originally posted in 01 / 2003

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...or by a different year: 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006


Feeling Strong
by Ethel Spector Person

Leadership the Eleanor Roosevelt Way
by Robin Gerber

Refrigerator Rights
by Dr. Will Miller

Nine
by Jan Burke

Douglass' Women
by Jewell Parker Rhodes

Wrapped in Rainbows
by Valerie Boyd

Man Down
by John Douglas

The Glorious Cause
by Jeff Shaara

1421
by Gavin Menzies

In the Devil's Snare
by Mary Beth Norton

A Jew in America
by Arthur Hertzberg

The Book of Jesse
by Michael Rowe

When I Was a Kid This Was a Free Country
by G. Gordon Liddy

White Apples
by Jonathan Carroll

Forever
by Pete Hamill

First Among Equals
by Kenneth Starr

Marriage: A Duet
by Anne Taylor Fleming

Grown Up Marriage
by Judith Viorst

Saddam: King of Terror
by Con Coughlin

Ethical Ambition
by Derrick Bell

Love at Goon Park
by Deborah Blum

Wealthy and Wise
by Heidi Steiger

What Should I Do With My Life?
by Po Bronson

For Spacious Skies
by Scott Carpenter

Boyd
by Robert Coram

The Story of America
by Allen Weinstein

Natasha's Dance
by Orlando Figes

Gumbo
by Marita Golden

The Pepperdogs
by Bing West

Freedom in the Family
by Patricia Stephens Due

George Foreman's Guide to Life
by George Foreman

Lidia's Italian American Kitchen
by Lidia Bastianich

How to Teach Your Baby to Read
by Janet Doman


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:

"James Bond: The Legacy" by John Cork

"Scared Money" by James Hime

"Iron Council" by China Miéville
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