Interviewed by: James McKinley
Catalog Number: 20030108
The self-proclaimed “Demon Dog of American Literature,” James Elroy is known for his noir style filled with violence, sex, and raw language, and is the author of over a dozen works, including the novel L.A. Confidential, made into an award-winning film, and My Dark Places, a memoir detailing his mother’s murder over 40 years ago. In this interview, Ellroy talks with outgoing New Letters editor James McKinley about the latest installment in his “Underworld USA Trilogy,” The Cold Six Thousand.
Poet Michelle Boisseau died November 15, 2017 from cancer at age 62. In this interview conducted earlier this year at the Kansas City Public Library, the late Michelle Boisseau discusses her fifth book, ...
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