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Lan Samantha Chang Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / September 19, 2010

All is Forgotten, Nothing Is Lost is the title of Sam’s latest novel which is so beautifully written that it shouldn’t surprise you to learn that Sam or Lan is still currently Professor of English at the University of Iowa and Director of the prestigious Iowa Writer’s Workshop there. Her […]

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Camilla Lackberg Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / May 2, 2010

Everyone knows Steig Larsson, but Camilla Lackberg another young Swedish writer was voted Swedish Writer of the Year for 2005. Her crime books have already sold a million and a half copies and with the publication of The Ice Princess, these figures will undoubtedly be eclipsed. Camilla had been called […]

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Graham Robb Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / April 11, 2010

Graham Robb is arguably the best biographer of France writing today. His “Discovery of France” won so many awards it would be difficult to enumerate them here. Now Robb has come out with “Parisians,” an adventure history of Paris. But it is the Paris you never knew. From the Revolution […]

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Sarah Lyall Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / December 21, 2008

Sarah Lyall who used to write a book column for the New York Times among other things married an Englishman and moved to London ten years ago. Result, she penned THE ANGLO FILES; A Field Guide to the British. Kirkus said of it “Fresh, funny and occasionally wicked.” Listen to our […]

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Josephine Hart Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / April 24, 2008

Married to Maurice Saatchi, Josephine Hart may just be one Britain’s great literary treasures. Brilliant and charming, every word sparkles. If you haven’t read Damage, or Oblivion you are doing yourself a disservice.

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Richard Reeves Interview

By Lewis Frumkes / January 20, 2008

Richard who at one time was chief foreign correspondent for The New York Times as written a superb biography of Rutherford one of the lesser known but truly great geniuses of modern history. Rutherford is responsible for the physical representation of the atom the way we all know it. Reeves […]

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