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Interviews originally posted in 07 / 2003

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The Night Before Thirty
by Tajuana Butler

by C.J. Box

Vanished Kingdoms
by Mabel Cabot

The Mercury 13
by Martha Ackmann

The Dogs of Babel
by Carolyn Parkhurst

Hunting in Harlem
by Mat Johnson

True Believers
by Joe Queenan

The Cruelest Miles
by Laney Salisbury

Your Marketing Sucks
by Mark Stevens

The President and Mrs. Reagan
by Harry Benson

Service Magic
by Chip Bell

To The Nines
by Janet Evanovich

Executive Power
by Vince Flynn

Beginner's Luck
by Laura Pedersen

Wife of the Chef
by Courtney Febbroriello

When Hollywood Had a King
by Connie Bruck

Painted Lady
by Peter Abresch

Confessions of a Civil Servant
by Bob Stone

Off With Their Heads
by Dick Morris

Diary of a Groupie
by Omar Tyree

Hard Rain
by Barry Eisler

Dragon Bones
by Lisa See

The Ultimate Ride
by Chris Carmichael

The Probable Future
by Alice Hoffman

Please Stop Laughing At Me
by Jodee Blanco

Looking For My Country
by Robert MacNeil

Dispatches From the Culture Wars
by Danny Goldberg

Absolutely American
by David Lipsky

Tietam Brown
by Mick Foley

Bare Bones
by Kathy Reichs

Speak With Confidence
by Dianna Booher

The Chinese in America
by Iris Chang

The Marine
by James Brady

Trading Up
by Candace Bushnell

Lucia, Lucia
by Adriana Trigiani

Air Force One
by Kenneth Walsh

First Strike
by Jack Cashill

The Russian Debutante's Handbook
by Gary Shteyngart

The Glasswright's Test
by Mindy Klasky

Everything seemed to work together. The person who invented the first stylish cafe would, for example, have on his walls mirrors from the French mirror-making industry, [which] made the cafe more stylish. Women wore all the fabulous new diamond jewelry that the king had made popular, they drank champagne (which sparkled in the mirrors), and everything seemed to somehow work together.

- Joan DeJean
The Essence of Style

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