Interviewed by: Dennis Conrow
Catalog Number: 20090626, 20080108
Bestselling author Erik Larson discusses two of his nonfiction works. The Devil in the White City juxtaposes the 1893 Chicago Columbian Exposition and the nation's first serial killing, while Thunderstruck deals with the invention of radio and England's second-most famous murder. In this interview with New Letters' Dennis Conrow, Larson reveals how he uses historical facts to create a novelistic approach to writing nonfiction.
Scottish author Margot Livesey began reading at an early age. After years of famous British writers, from Shakespeare on, she became both a reader and a writer. While at the Kansas City Public Library, this author of nine novels di...
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