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Interviews originally posted in 08 / 2004

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Mama Gena's Marriage Manual
by Regena Thomashauer

Losing America
by Sen. Robert Byrd

Seeking Salamanca Mitchell
by Kenji Jasper

American Gulag
by Mark Dow

Inside the Kingdom
by Carmen bin Ladin

So You Wanna Be A Rock & Roll Star
by Jacob Slichter

A Term at the Fed
by Laurence Meyer

Iron Council
by China Miéville

Strange But True
by John Searles

Gotham Diaries
by Tonya Lewis Lee

Indelible
by Karin Slaughter

Why Marriage Matters
by Evan Wolfson

Be More Chill
by Ned Vizzini

Drive Me Crazy
by Eric Jerome Dickey

1912
by James Chace

Shadow Divers
by Robert Kurson

The Halo Effect
by M.J. Rose

The Roosevelts and the Royals
by Will Swift

Multitude
by Michael Hardt

The Candidate
by Paul Alexander

All the Centurions
by Robert Leuci

Little Scarlet
by Walter Mosley

Public Enemies
by Bryan Burrough

Bush On The Couch
by Dr. Justin Frank

Blackbird House
by Alice Hoffman

All Fishermen Are Liars
by Linda Greenlaw


[The book asks] how does Wal-Mart deliver the very same stuff as everybody else, consistently more cheaply? And what are the consequences of that intense focus on price for employees, for communities, for jobs in America, for the quality of products?

- Charles Fishman
The Wal-Mart Effect


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

"Clemente" by David Maraniss

"Exit Wounds" by J.A. Jance

"Brickhouse" by Rita Ewing
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