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Interviews originally posted in 12 / 2005

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by Nikki Giovanni

Dog Train
by Sandra Boynton

Fog Facts
by Larry Beinhart

Never Have Your Dog Stuffed
by Alan Alda

Beating Around the Bush
by Art Buchwald

Identity Crisis
by Brad Meltzer

Embracing the Infidel
by Behzad Yaghmaian

Shadows at the Spring Show
by Lea Wait

Are Men Necessary?
by Maureen Dowd

When Baghdad Ruled the Muslim World
by Hugh Kennedy

Teacher Man
by Frank McCourt

Essential Manners for Couples
by Peter Post

First Man
by James Hansen

French Women Don't Get Fat
by Mireille Guiliano

Light From Heaven
by Jan Karon

The Lighthouse
by P.D. James

A Breath of Snow and Ashes
by Diana Gabaldon

Breaking Trail
by Arlene Blum

by Frank Warren

Frazz: Live from Bryson Elementary
by Jef Mallett

House Poor
by June Fletcher

The Lost Painting
by Jonathan Harr

The Google Story
by David Vise

One Nation Under God
by James Moore

Fooled Again
by Mark Crispin Miller

The All-American Dessert Book
by Nancy Baggett

The Great Wines of America
by Paul Lukacs

The Areas of My Expertise
by John Hodgman

Facing Rushmore
by David Lozell Martin

Going Sane
by Adam Phillips

The moment Doug died, Susan was in the chapel praying. There was a light that appeared in the chapel, and Doug walked out of the light, and we had a scene of goodbye. It was the most poignant, most beautifully written scene of goodbye. It was so moving!" .. "Playing that scene with Billy, I really don't know how we did it, how we got through it. It was capturing on tape everything that our love means to us.

- Bill and Susan Seaforth Hayes
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