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Interviews originally posted in 6 / 2004

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Sweet Land Stories
by E. L. Doctorow

Pushkin and the Queen of Spades
by Alice Randall

Adam's Curse
by Brian Sykes

Liars and Thieves
by Stephen Coonts

Flying Crows
by Jim Lehrer

Pull Me Up
by Dan Barry

At The Abyss
by Thomas Reed

Symptomatic
by Danzy Senna

Mom, Can I Move Back in With You?
by Linda Perlman Gordon

Nighttime Is My Time
by Mary Higgins Clark

Misunderestimated
by Bill Sammon

Monday Mourning
by Kathy Reichs

The Freedom Line
by Peter Eisner

Americans in Paris
by Adam Gopnik

Why Lincoln Matters
by Mario Cuomo

The 25 Best World War II Sites: European Theater
by Chuck Thompson

A Good Year
by Peter Mayle

Plain Heathen Mischief
by Martin Clark

The Rule of Four
by Ian Caldwell

Winning Every Time
by Lis Wiehl

Popped
by Carol Higgins Clark

America on Trial
by Alan Dershowitz

The Politics of Truth
by Joseph Wilson

Orientalia
by Reagan Louie

The Exception to the Rulers
by Amy Goodman

Jack in the Box
by John Weisman

The Meaning of Ichiro
by Robert Whiting

Bone to Pick
by Ellis Cose

Don't Play in the Sun
by Marita Golden

The Etiquette of Illness
by Susan Halpern

The Party, After You Left
by Roz Chast

The Rise of the Vulcans
by James Mann

Ron Brown's Body
by Jack Cashill

Every Time I Talk to Liston
by Brian DeVido

No Secrets, No Lies
by Robin Stone

Noble Rot
by William Echikson

Hank Aaron and the Home Run That Changed America
by Tom Stanton

Reason
by Robert Reich


At the time if you had asked me, I would have said, I'm fine. That's how I always answered the question, 'How are you, Dana?' But inside it was very emotionally wrenching. Of course, you're young parents, you think your child is going to be a "mini-me," so coming to terms with a child who is different and needy...it was a lot.

- Dana Buchman
A Special Education


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"The Common Thread" by Sir John Sulston

"Drop" by Mat Johnson

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