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Interviews originally posted in 03 / 2006

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In the Company of the Courtesan
by Sarah Dunant

Sour Puss
by Rita Mae Brown

The Dead Beat
by Marilyn Johnson

An Army of Davids
by Glenn Reynolds

Jawbreaker
by Gary Berntsen

Fragile Innocence
by James Reston Jr.

Size Matters
by Joel Miller

Three Cups of Tea
by Greg Mortenson

A Special Education
by Dana Buchman

The Millionaire Maker
by Loral Langemeier

Fight Back and Win
by Gloria Allred

Orbit
by John J. Nance

Chasing America
by Dennis Watlington

The Rebels of Ireland
by Edward Rutherfurd

Bury Us Upside Down
by Don Shepperd

Enrique's Journey
by Sonia Nazario

A Piece of Cake
by Cupcake Brown

The Bomb in the Basement
by Michael Karpin

For Better or Hearse
by Laura Durham

Manhunt
by James Swanson

18 Seconds
by George Shuman

Podcasting for Dummies
by Tee Morris

Spirit Walker
by Michelle Paver

American Theocracy
by Kevin Phillips

Impostor
by Bruce Bartlett

The Two Minute Rule
by Robert Crais

Why My Wife Thinks I'm An Idiot
by Mike Greenberg

Without You
by Anthony Rapp

The Left Hand of God
by Rabbi Michael Lerner

Barney Ross
by Douglas Century

The Man on Whom Nothing Was Lost
by Molly Worthen

A Church in Search of Itself
by Robert Blair Kaiser

Brutal
by Kevin Weeks

Generation Debt
by Anya Kamenetz

Love and Other Impossible Pursuits
by Ayelet Waldman

Daughter of the Bride
by Francesca Segre

Not Buying It
by Judith Levine

Intuition
by Allegra Goodman

The Doctor's Daughter
by Hilma Wolitzer

In Search of Willie Morris
by Larry L. King

Living Large
by Michael Berman


When I was younger as a writer, what interested me was the violence. I thought killing people on paper was just the most fun. As I've grown older, I want to do something more life-affirming than go to another violent crime scene over and over. And I can't think of anything more life-affirming than sex and love.

- Laurell K. Hamilton
Danse Macabre


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

"First Among Equals" by Kenneth Starr

"In the Company of the Courtesan" by Sarah Dunant

"The Mountain of the Women" by Liam Clancy
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