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    • Cornelius Eady: 02-04-1987 

      Eady, Cornelius; Rubin, Stanley Sanvel (1987-02-04)
      Cornelius Eady, a Rochester native, discusses his love for dance and how it became a unifying theme for his second book, Victims of the Latest Dance Craze. Other topics include the influence of his work in radio on his ...
    • David Huddle: 11-09-1983 

      Huddle, David; Rubin, Stanley Sanvel (1983-11-09)
      In an interview recorded November 9, 1983, David Huddle reads an excerpt of his short story "Playing" and discusses his writing process and the ways sexuality and music are incorporated into his work.
    • 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 ...
    • John Barth: 12-09-1976 

      Barth, John; Rubin, Stanley Sanvel; Parshall, Rodney (1976-12-09)
      Barth talks about three things: the teaching of creative writing, the hero quest theme in his novels, and the forms of fiction writing. He likes creative writing programs, but recognizes that not every writer is suited to ...
    • Lola Haskins: 10-25-1995 

      Haskins, Lola; Rubin, Stanley Sanvel (1995-10-25)
      Lola Haskins discusses her love of poetry and her sense of what she is good at and what she is not good at. Haskins reads her poem “Forty-Four Ambitions for the Piano.”
    • Lucille Clifton: 11-12-1987 

      Clifton, Lucille; Rubin, Stanley Sanvel; Piccione, Anthony (1987-11-12)
      Lucille Clifton was one of America's leading poets.She was the author of six collections of poetry as well as more than a dozen books of fiction and poetry for children. She is interviewed by Stan Rubin and Anthony Piccione.
    • Lyn Lifshin: 03-09-1977 

      Lifshin, Lyn; Rubin, Stanley Sanvel (1977-03-09)
      Lyn Lifshin, in an interview recorded September 30th, 1977, reads her poems “Thaw,” “For a Friend,” “But Instead She has Gone into Woods,” and “Two Poem.” She talks about poetry’s ability to work out feelings and how the ...
    • Marilynne Robinson: 02-23-1989 

      Robinson, Marilynne; Rubin, Stanley Sanvel (1989-02-23)
      In an interview conducted on February 23, 1989, Marilynne Robinson reads from her novel Housekeeping and discusses her characters Ruth, Lucille, and Sylvie. She recalls writing the novel while teaching in France, and her ...
    • Molly Haskell: 03-10-1977 

      Haskell, Molly; Higashi, Sumiko; Rubin, Stanley Sanvel (1977-03-10)
      Molly Haskell, film critic for the Village Voice and author of From Reverence to Rape discusses the ways women are portrayed in both film and television. Haskell describes how culture and male influence shape that portrayal ...
    • Rita Dove: 03-06-1985 

      Dove, Rita; Rubin, Stanley Sanvel; Kitchen, Judith (1985-03-06)
      Dove discusses her fascination with the unseen and insignificant details of historical events and individual lives. This interest in the less celebrated moments of experience shaped Museum and Thomas and Beulah. Her careful ...