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On The Air
William Henry Lewis
Interviewed by: Angela Elam
Catalog Number: 19971208
Winner of the 1993 Sonja H. Stone Fiction Contest, Lewis reads from his prize-winning collection of short stories, IN THE ARMS OF OUR ELDERS. Lewis talks about the turn of events that led him from his life as an athlete to one as a writer.
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