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Interviews originally posted in 09 / 2005

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Raising Boys Without Men
by Peggy Drexler

The Trudeau Vector
by Juris Jurjevics

How the Republicans Stole Christmas
by Bill Press

What a Sista Should Do
by Tiffany L. Warren

The First Emancipator
by Andrew Levy

Scooter
by Mick Foley

The Boomer's Guide to Online Dating
by Judsen Culbreth

My Face is Black is True
by Mary Frances Berry

The Tribe
by Gregory Townes

End of the Line
by Barry Lynn

Seize the Fire
by Adam Nicolson

What Lincoln Believed
by Michael Lind

Mew is for Murder
by Clea Simon

Shalimar the Clown
by Salman Rushdie

Drives Like a Dream
by Porter Shreve

War & Destiny
by James Kitfield

Dare to Repair Your Car
by Julie Sussman

The Diviners
by Rick Moody

The Faith of the American Soldier
by Stephen Mansfield

The Mysterious Private Thompson
by Laura Leedy Gansler

Little Beauties
by Kim Addonizio

Love My Rifle More Than You
by Kayla Williams

The Widow of the South
by Robert Hicks

My Detachment
by Tracy Kidder

Within Arm's Reach
by Ann Napolitano

Remains Silent
by Michael Baden

The Hunt Ball
by Rita Mae Brown

A New Adventure Every Day
by David Silberkleit

Silverfin
by Charlie Higson

Inheriting the Holy Land
by Jennifer Miller

Thirty-Three Swoons
by Martha Cooley

How the Catholic Church Built Western Civilization
by Thomas Woods

The Rabbi's Cat
by Joann Sfar

The ACLU vs America
by Alan Sears

Lunar Park
by Bret Easton Ellis

Freshwater Road
by Denise Nicholas

The Accidental Masterpiece
by Michael Kimmelman

Heavy Words Lightly Thrown
by Chris Roberts

Between a Rock and a Hard Place
by Aron Ralston

This Enemy Town
by Marcia Talley

A Matter of Opinion
by Victor Navasky

Mark Twain: A Life
by Ron Powers


Yes, we're more resilient, and we can understand how climate is changing and we can anticipate this threat and react to it, [but there's] one small problem: we haven't done that. The threat has been a subject of national debate for 17 years. Part of the problem is people still think it's a subject of debate.

- Eugene Linden
The Winds of Change


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"Mason-Dixon Knitting" by Kay Gardiner

"Expecting to Fly" by Martha Tod Dudman

"Lidia's Italian American Kitchen" by Lidia Bastianich
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