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T.C. Boyle Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / February 14, 2010

T.C. Boyle, or Tommy Boyle, who made up his middle name Corraghasan or however the hell you spell it, is wildly imaginative, funny, and a great story-teller. Wild Child, his latest collection of short stories is a perfect example.  However if you’ve never read, met or heard Tommy before do […]

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Interview with Wells Tower

By Lewis Frumkes / April 26, 2009

Wells Tower is one of those young, much heralded writers who lives up to his promise.  His stories in “Everything Ravaged, Everything Burned,” many of which first appeared in “The New Yorker,” McSweeneys,” and the “Paris Review” are just a little off beat, just a little bit funny, just beautifully […]

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Sana Krasikov Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / November 2, 2008

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

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Nam Le Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / May 11, 2008

Born in Viet Nam and raised in Australia Nam Le  along with Sana Krasikov is one of the talented newcomers on the contemporary literary scene. Currently fiction editor of  the Harvard Review, he talks to me about The Boat , a stunning collection of short stories recently published by Knopf.

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Lisa Dickler Awano Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / November 1, 2007

Lisa, who has written extensively about Alice Munro and actually interviewed the great Canadian short story writer talks with me here about Alice, and we include part of a taped interview with Munro which Alice conducted not long ago.

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