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    • E. M. Broner: 07-13-1981 

      Broner, Esther M.; Rubin, Stan Sanvel; Robertson, Mary Elsie (1981-07-13)
      E. M. Broner was a Jewish-American feminist writer, best known for her books Weave of Women, Her Mothers, Journal-Nocturnal and Seven Stories, and Summer is a Foreign Land. She begins the interview by reading a passage ...
    • Edward Albee: 02-04-1981 

      Albee, Edward; Rubin, Stan Sanvel; Lazarre, Adam; Anderson, Mark (1981-02-04)
      Edward Albee was an American playwright, best known for plays such as Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, A Delicate Balance, and Seascape. The interview begins with a discussion about creative art and its usefulness in sending ...
    • Edward P. Jones: 11-01-2017 

      Jones, Edward P. (2017-11-01)
      In an interview conducted November 1, 2017, Pulitzer-winning novelist and short story writer Edward P. Jones discusses and reads from his work. Topics discussed include the writing of fiction and the teaching of fiction writing.
    • Edwidge Danticat: 9/25/2001 

      Danticat, Edwidge (2001-09-25)
    • Elena Passarello: 10-03-2018 

      Passarello, Elena (2018-10-03)
      Essayist Elena Passarello discusses and reads from her work in an interview conducted October 3, 2018.
    • Eric L. Gansworth: 10/24/2001 

      Gansworth, Eric L. (2001-10-24)
    • Erica Jong : 04-04-1974 

      Jong, Erica; Searle, Leroy; Rubin, Stanley Sanvel (1974-04-04)
      In an interview recorded April 4, 1974, Erica Jong reads two poems, "Becoming a Nun" and "Man on the Moon"; discusses her training as a writer, and women's sexual repression and struggle for equal rights; and reads from ...
    • Ernest Gaines: 02-27-1969 

      Gaines, Ernest; Fitz Gerald, Gregory; Marchant, Peter (1969-02-27)
      In an interview recorded on February 27, 1969, Ernest Gaines discusses Tolstoy, Chekhov, Turgenev, Faulkner, and Joyce; his childhood in Louisiana, and how the state has changed and not changed; jazz; H. Rap Brown; and ...
    • Fleda Brown Jackson: 03-01-1995 

      Jackson, Fleda Brown; Rubin, Stan Sanvel (1995-03-01)
      Fleda Brown Jackson earned her PhD in American Literature at the University of Arkansas and is known for her poetry collections Fishing with Blood and Do Not Peel the Birches. She begins the interview by reading two poems ...
    • Forrest Gander: 10-19-2011 

      Gander, Forrest (2011-10-19)
      Forrest Gander, winner of the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for poetry, discusses and reads from his work in an interview recorded October 19, 2011.
    • Fred Hechinger: 05-07-1982 

      Hechinger, Fred; Andrews, William G.; Watts, Sarah M. (1982-05-07)
      In an interview recorded May 7, 1982, education journalist Fred Hechinger explains his rationale for accepting a job offer from the New York Times in 1959, despite having turned them down two times prior. Hechinger describes ...
    • Gail Hosking: 3/3/2021 

      Hosking, Gail (2021-03-03)
    • Galway Kinnell: 10/22/1969 

      Kinnell, Galway (1969-10-22)
    • Galway Kinnell: 11/5/1971 Part 1 

      Kinnell, Galway (1971-11-05)
    • Galway Kinnell: 11/5/1971 Part 2 

      Kinnell, Galway (1971-11-05)
    • Galway Kinnell: 6/29/1982 

      Kinnell, Galway (1982-06-29)
    • Gary Clark: 02-06-1980 

      Clark, Gary; Marchant, Peter L.; Fitz Gerald, Gregory (1980-02-06)
      Novelist and essayist Gary Clark reads from his novel The Clearing. He discusses how Icelandic and Norse sagas influence his stories and the importance of setting his stories in Norway instead of his hometown of Buffalo, ...
    • Gene Roddenberry: 09-18-1981 

      Roddenberry, Gene; Burelbach, Frederick; Marchant, Piers (1981-09-18)
      Gene Roddenberry was a producer and screenwriter, best known for creating the original television series Star Trek. Roddenberry was also a member of the American Civil Liberties Union and the Explorer’s Club of New York ...
    • Gene Wolfe: 06-29-1982 

      Wolfe, Gene; Kress, Nancy; Rich, Calvin (1982-06-29)
      Science fiction and fantasy author Gene Wolfe discusses The Book of the New Sun, his reasons for focusing on science fiction and fantasy, and the likelihood of our society's realizing the potential of such stories.
    • Genevieve Sly Crane: 9/22/2021 

      Crane, Genevieve Sly (2021-09-22)