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Interviews originally posted in 10 / 2005

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The Good, the Bad and the Very Slimy
by R.L. Stine

Adventures of a Continental Drifter
by Elliott Hester

The Interpreter
by Alice Kaplan

Chill Factor
by Sandra Brown

Secrets of the Widow's Son
by Daniel Burstein

Eyes of the Emperor
by Graham Salisbury

The Life of David
by Robert Pinsky

Fate's Redemption
by Keith Lee Johnson

A Bed of Red Flowers
by Nelofer Pazira

Wickett's Remedy
by Myla Goldberg

by K'wan

Cinnamon Kiss
by Walter Mosley

Son of a Witch
by Gregory Maguire

Copy This!
by Paul Orfalea

The Bright Forever
by Lee Martin

Night Draws Near
by Anthony Shadid

Symptoms of Withdrawal
by Christopher Kennedy Lawford

Breaking Point
by Suzanne Brockmann

Imperial Grunts
by Robert Kaplan

The Age of Anxiety
by Haynes Johnson

The Assassins
by Oliver North

The Painted Drum
by Louise Erdrich

The E-Bomb
by Doug Beason

Consent to Kill
by Vince Flynn

The Divide
by Nicholas Evans

How to Cook Your Daughter
by Jessica Hendra

The Beauty of Color
by Iman

First Families
by Bonnie Angelo

Pardonable Lies
by Jacqueline Winspear

A Day in the Life of the American Woman
by Carol Saline

Friends, Lovers, Chocolate
by Alexander McCall Smith

Lennon Revealed
by Larry Kane

Dream Boogie
by Peter Guralnick

The City of Falling Angels
by John Berendt

Don't Get Too Comfortable
by David Rakoff

Tab Hunter Confidential
by Tab Hunter

The CIA and Congress
by David Barrett

Katz on Dogs
by Jon Katz

The Planets
by Dava Sobel

The World Was Going Our Way
by Christopher Andrew

Iraq Confidential
by Scott Ritter

The Story of Science, Book Two: Newton at the Center
by Joy Hakim

An Atomic Romance
by Bobbie Ann Mason

Princes of Darkness
by Laurent Murawiec

The Wolves at the Door
by Judith Pearson

Soul Matters
by Yolonda Tonette Sanders

Saving Fish From Drowning
by Amy Tan

Red Star Rogue
by Kenneth Sewell

The Equation That Couldn't Be Solved
by Mario Livio

Storming the Court
by Brandt Goldstein

The Camel Club
by David Baldacci

Because he decided to downplay civil rights to such an extent at the beginning of his presidency, he encouraged white segregationists...to believe they could uphold the system of Jim Crow and racial apartheid well into the 1960s. And this, in turn, encouraged black demonstrators to adopt much more aggressive tactics and to call for much more controversial solutions to the race problem.

- Nick Bryant
The Bystander

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

"Buddha's Child" by Nguyen Cao Ky

"Crescent" by Diana Abu-Jaber

"Break No Bones" by Kathy Reichs
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