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Interviews originally posted in 10 / 2003

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The Machine Crusade
by Brian Herbert

Lord John and the Private Matter
by Diana Gabaldon

Flawed Dogs
by Berkeley Breathed

A Faint Cold Fear
by Karin Slaughter

Taming Your Gremlin
by Rick Carson

Six Wives
by David Starkey

Nixon's Shadow
by David Greenberg

Enemy Aliens
by David Cole

The Five People You Meet in Heaven
by Mitch Albom

Three Weeks in October
by Charles Moose

Bitches, Bimbos and Ballbreakers
by Guerrilla Girls

Ever Is a Long Time
by Ralph Eubanks

by Amir Aczel

Skipping Towards Gomorrah
by Dan Savage

The Rose Man of Sing Sing
by James McGrath Morris

The Berenstain Bears Save Christmas
by Stan & Jan Berenstain

by Louis Begley

Bill Clinton: An American Journey
by Nigel Hamilton

Dead Famous
by Carol O'Connell

by Frederic Brenner

Winning Smart After Losing Big
by Rob Stearns

A Hole in the Heart
by Christopher Marquis

by Molly Ivins

Brick Lane
by Monica Ali

by David von Drehle

Last Car to Elysian Fields
by James Lee Burke

by Sari Horwitz

Boogers Are My Beat
by Dave Barry

Four Spirits
by Sena Jeter Naslund

Thunder on the Left
by Gary Aldrich

I Will Survive .. and You Can, Too!
by Tammy Faye Messner

Fear's Empire
by Benjamin Barber

Yoga Hotel
by Maura Moynihan

The March Up
by Bing West

Blow Fly
by Patricia Cornwell

More Balls Than Hands
by Michael Gelb

Love Me
by Garrison Keillor

by Andrew Cuomo

When you're in the thick of [love], of course, it seems to all be about the individual. But when you grow distant from it, when you look at the love lives of others, or look at your own romantic history in the distant past, all of a sudden it doesn't really seem to be about the individuals, it seems to be about the way you go about doing it. It isn't about the nouns, it's about the adverbs.

- Daniel Handler

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

"Fortune Favors the Bold" by Lester Thurow

"Shadow Divers" by Robert Kurson

"Laura Bush" by Ronald Kessler
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