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Susan Shapiro Barash Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / March 30, 2008

Susan and I know each other a long time and over the years I have watched Susan carve out a niche for herself as one of the more astute observers of contemporary women’s issues. In this interview we discuss some of Susan’s research into why women lie, among other things.

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Ceridwen Dovey Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / March 23, 2008

I interview the South African wunderkind Ceridwyn Dovey who is only 27, but brilliant and gorgeous. Her novel BLOOD KIN, received glowing reviews and notices. She is clearly someone you should know about.

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John Burnham Schwartz Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / March 16, 2008

John is a formidable writer, low key but good.

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Nicholson Baker Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / March 9, 2008

Since I reviewed Nicholson Baker for the New York Times Book Review years ago,  he has become one of our most inventive and daring writers, unafraid to experiment stylistically or  raise hackles wherever he thinks necessary. Often writing with his tongue lodged firmly in his cheek, Nicholson skewers his targets […]

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Linda Fairstein Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / March 2, 2008

One of America’s great legal experts on crimes of sexual assault and domestic violence. Linda talks about her latest book Killer Heat.

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Andrea Di Robilant Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / February 24, 2008

Andrea, author of A VENETIAN AFFAIR lives in Rome where he is a correspondent for the newspaper La Stampa. Pretend you are listening to Radio Italy.

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Patricia Marx Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / February 17, 2008

Speaking of funny, few writers can match Patty Marx in the humor department. Patty is a staff writer for the New Yorker Magazine, and one of the funniest people I know.

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Carol Gilligan Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / February 10, 2008

Who is best known for her pioneering book on feminism In A Different Voice, here talks about her first novel Kyra. . . which by the way is terrific.

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Kenneth Whyte Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / February 3, 2008

Kenneth Whyte who is the editor and publisher of McCleans Magazine in Canada, has written a magnificent biography covering three important years in the life of William Randolph Hearst. It is called “The Uncrowned King.” Along with Ron Chernow, and Debbie Applegate, Kenneth writes biography that keeps you stuck to […]

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Stephen Marks Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / January 27, 2008

There are people who are hired by politicos to destroy the opposition through a variety of dirty tricks, slanderous information, and vicious attacks. They are known as political hit men and they are very effective. Stephen Marks is one of them, and he confesses to me on air.

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