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About Books and Writers - John Wideman

John Wideman, author of "Brothers and Keepers", discusses the events surrounding his brother Robert's conviction as an accomplice in a murder, and relates details of life in prison.

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About Books and Writers - Joseph C. Golden

Joseph C. Golden talks about his nonfiction book, "The Death Merchant", about a CIA officer who is jailed for murder.

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About Books and Writers - Joseph Lelyveld

Joseph Lelyveld discusses his book "Move Your Shadow," a collection of stories about individuals living under South Africa's Apartheid regime in 1893.

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About Books and Writers - Karleen Koen

Historical novel by Koen about 18th century England and France is discussed with host, Robert Cromie.

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About Books and Writers - Larry Collins

Larry Collins, author of "Fall From Grace", speaks aobut the book. The novel, set against the true D-Day event, weaves on hypothesis concerning how the Allies fooled the German into believing that Normandy was a diversion, and the real attack would take

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About Books and Writers - Lawrence Tribe

Harvard law professor, Lawrence Tribe, talks about his nonfiction book "God Save This Honorable Court: How the Choice of Supreme Court Justices Shapes Our History".

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About Books and Writers - Margaret Atwood

Cromie talks with Atwood about her futuristic book dealing with world events issues and male/female roles in society.

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About Books and Writers - Martin Cruz Smith

Martin Cruz Smith, author of "Gorky Park," discusses his new book, "Stallion Gate", a fictional story based upon fact. In the months before the detonation of the atom bomb, Smith recreates the making of the bomb from an Indian's point of view.

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About Books and Writers - Mary Higgins Clark

Robert Cromie talks with Mary Higgins Clark about "Still Watch."

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About Books and Writers - Maurice Sendak

Sendak illustrated the story "Nutcracker" by E.T.A. Hoffman. Interview with Sendak highlights past work he has done.

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About Books and Writers - Maya Angelou

Angelou tells Cromie about a book describing Ghana in the "Golden Years".

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About Books and Writers - Michael Korda

Korda talks aobut his book, "Queenie", and about the writing process.

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About Books and Writers - Michelle Fitzsimmons, Diane Schmidt

Photographer Diane Schmidt discusses her book, "A Chicago Exhibition", in which she photographs Michelle Fitzsimmons in the nude. They talk about the difficulty in capturing such images in public places.

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About Books and Writers - Nicholas Von Hoffman

Nicholas Von Hoffman shares his book "Organized Crimes," a fictional account of Chicago gangsters during the 1930s.

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About Books and Writers - Peter Golenbock

Peter Golenbock, author of "Bums", discusses his book about the Brooklyn Dodgers over the years.

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About Books and Writers - Phillip Zweig

Phillip Zweig talk about his book, "Belly Up", which covers the Penn Square Bank collapse in Oklahoma. He discusses the scandel and corruption in the banking, loan, and oil industries.

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About Books and Writers - Richard Ford

Richard Ford discusses his book, "The Sports Writer", the fictional story of a sports writer and his life. Ford speculates the role of the writer in the sports industry.

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About Books and Writers - Robert Butler

Robert Butler shares his book, "On Distant Ground", a fictional book about Vietnam. Butler also talks about his process of writing the novel.

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About Books and Writers - Robert Ludlum

Robert Ludlum discusses his mystery book "The Born Supremacy". He also describes his process in writing stories of mystery and espionage.

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About Books and Writers - Robert Moss

Robert Moss, author of "Moscow Rules", discusses his fictional book about the overthrow of the Soviet government.

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About Books and Writers - Robert Stone

Robert Cromie talks with Robert Stone about Stone's novel "Children of Light."

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About Books and Writers - Roger Carlson

Roger Carlson, owner of the Bookman's Alley, a used bookstore in Evanston, IL, discusses how he began his business and the used book market.

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About Books and Writers - Roger Ebert

Cromie discusses with Ebert his book on the films he has critiqued and how it has been like to work with Gene Siskel.

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About Books and Writers - Stansfield Turner

Cromie talks with Stansfield about the secret services and the presidency of Jimmy Carter.

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