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Interviews originally posted in 4 / 2004

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Breaking the Tongue
by Vyvyane Loh

Paper Trail
by Ellen Goodman

Caddy for Life
by John Feinstein

Independent Nation
by John Avlon

A Rage for Glory
by James Tertius de Kay

Begging For Change
by Robert Egger

Disarming Iraq
by Hans Blix

American Sucker
by David Denby

The Bushes
by Rochelle Schweizer

Bush Country
by John Podhoretz

Aloft
by Chang-rae Lee

The 1001 Rewards and Recognition Fieldbook
by Bob Nelson

Before It Happens To You
by Dr. Jonathan Sackner Bernstein

Clinton and Me
by Mark Katz

Rats
by Robert Sullivan

Expecting to Fly
by Martha Tod Dudman

The Spiral Staircase
by Karen Armstrong

Fanatics and Fools
by Arianna Huffington

Operatives, Spies, and Saboteurs
by Patrick O'Donnell

Theodore Roosevelt: A Strenuous Life
by Kathleen Dalton

The Priestly Sins
by Andrew Greeley

A Few Short Notes on Tropical Butterflies
by John Murray

Beyond Choice
by Alexander Sanger

My Sister's Keeper
by Jodi Picoult

The Great Influenza
by John Barry

The Cloud Atlas
by Liam Callanan

First Service
by Andrea Jaeger

The Perfect Blend
by C. Kelly Robinson

I Had Brain Surgery, What's Your Excuse?
by Suzy Becker

The Beatles Come to America
by Martin Goldsmith

The Princes of Ireland
by Edward Rutherfurd

Confessions of a Tax Collector
by Richard Yancey

It's a Long Way From Penny Apples
by Bill Cullen

A Splendor of Letters
by Nicholas Basbanes

Pandora's Baby
by Robin Marantz Henig

Hating America
by John Gibson

Origins of the Crash
by Roger Lowenstein

Operation Overflight
by Francis Gary Powers Jr.

The Pecking Order
by Dalton Conley

Whisker of Evil
by Rita Mae Brown


I began this novel as an art heist, a contemporary story .. but then the second thread of the story is a historical story, in which [Marc] Chagall is a character. There's a particular Yiddish writer, Der Nister (which means The Hidden One) who actually was a real person and was Chagall's roommate, and there's a story about their friendship its dissolution.

- Dara Horn
The World to Come


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