Archive for November, 2008

Kerry Kennedy Interview

November 30th, 2008 by Lewis Frumkes


being-catholic-nowCharming Kerry Kennedy, daughter of Robert Kennedy, talks about her recent book on Catholicism in which she asked famous Catholics including Bill Maher to talk about their feeling toward their religion.

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Andrew Davidson Interview

November 23rd, 2008 by Lewis Frumkes


the-gargoyleThe opening of The Gargoyle may be one of the most horrifying passages in all literature. If you can get through it, you may be surprised at the beauty and range of Davidson’s writing.

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Francesca Marciano Interview

November 16th, 2008 by Lewis Frumkes


the-end-of-mannersBeautiful Italian novelist Francesca Marciano talks with me about her first book, CASA ROSSA, which is set in Kenya, and about the difficulties of writing in English when English is not your first language.

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Meg Gardiner Interview

November 9th, 2008 by Lewis Frumkes


the-dirty-secrets-clubMeg’s book The Dirty Secrets Club would be spoiled if I told you more. Listen in!

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Sana Krasikov Interview

November 2nd, 2008 by Lewis Frumkes


one-more-yearSana is simply one of the most talented young short story writers to come along in quite a while.

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