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  1. “Where the Hell Have You Been, Dave?”  • 
    If anyone's looking at this blog anymore, you might have noticed that I haven't updated it in around two years. So where have I been and what have I been doing?
  2. J.D. Landis Interview: Jactations of a Former Diaskeust  • 
    J.D. Landis spent twenty-four years in the heart of the publishing world as an editor at New York publishing house William Morrow & Company. Now, four years after his retirement from Morrow, Landis has produced the stunning, if opaque, literary gem, "Lying in Bed."
  3. Michael Chabon Interview  • 
    A transcript of an interview with Michael Chabon hosted on America Online in July of 1995 and sponsored by Critics' Choice.
  4. J.D. Landis Full Interview Transcript  • 
    A (somewhat) complete transcript of the interview conducted with J.D. Landis for his novel "Lying in Bed."
  5. Stephen Hunter Interview: The Hunter Becomes the Hunted  • 
    An interview with Stephen Hunter, film critic for the Baltimore Sun and the author of the thriller "Dirty White Boys." Originally published in January of 1995.
  6. Stephen Hunter Full Interview Transcript  • 
    Full interview transcript with author and film critic Stephen Hunter for his novel "Dirty White Boys," conducted on December 20, 1994.
  7. Tim O’Brien Interview: The Things He Carried  • 
    Originally published October 19, 1994 in the Baltimore City Paper. Also read the complete interview transcript. Tim O’Brien wants to set the record straight: he is not a Vietnam writer. “It’s like calling Toni Morrison a black writer or Joseph Conrad an ocean writer or Shakespeare a royalty writer,” says O’Brien on the phone in […]
  8. Tim O’Brien Full Interview Transcript  • 
    The full transcript of my interview with author Tim O'Brien in October 1994 to promote his novel "In the Lake of the Woods."
  9. Nicholson Baker Inteview: Master or Masturbator?  • 
    Nicholson Baker has reason to be wary. His fifth book, "The Fermata," has just been published to a whirlwind of controversy. Reviews, on the whole, have not been positive (a first for Baker), and readers of all gender, race, and creed have declared "The Fermata" a dangerous novel, an untouchable.
  10. Nicholson Baker Full Interview Transcript  • 
    Full interview transcript with Nicholson Baker about his novel "The Fermata," conducted in March of 1994.

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