Search Results: 1999


Banks, Russell (September 22, 1999)

Russell Banks - Acclaimed author of numerous books set in contemporary America, Russell Banks talks

Bell, Marvin (October 13, 1999)

Marvin Bell - The Flannery O’Connor Professor of Letters at the esteemed Writers’ Work-s

Blackmarr, Amy (October 6, 1999)

Amy Blackmarr - The author of Going to Ground: Simple Life on a Georgia Pond, Amy Blackmarr has now

Butts, Anthony (September 29, 1999)

Anthony Butts - Anthony Butts’ first book, a collection of poetry called Fifth Season, won the

Chicago, Judy (March 3, 1999)

Judy Chicago - As an artist, writer, feminist and intellectual, Judy Chicago has made an impact on a

Danticat, Edwidge (March 17, 2004)

Edwidge Danticat - Winner of the Pushcart Short Story Prize and a finalist for the 1995 National Boo

Doty, Mark (June 30, 1999)

ize. In this interview at the 1999 Midwest Poets Series, Doty talks with Carol Mickett about hi

Gerber, Dan (October 20, 1999)

Dan Gerber - Long recognized as a meditative poet with an almost mystical connection to animals and

Golden, Arthur (December 14, 2005)

Arthur Golden - Author of the highly acclaimed novel Memoirs of a Geisha, which made it on the New Y

Into the Millennium (December 29, 1999)

Into the Millennium - A special show that takes a comic look at our Y2K fears, while also presenting

Lehman, David (May 19, 1999)

David Lehman - Founder and editor of The Best American Poetry series, David Lehman talks a

Mason, Bobbie Ann (September 15, 1999)

Bobbie Ann Mason - Celebrated for her works of fiction, Bobbie Ann Mason has now written a memoir th

Matthews, James (February 24, 1999)

James Matthews - The author of four collections of poetry, the South African writer, James Matthews

McElroy, Colleen J. (May 12, 2004)

Colleen J. McElroy - A former speech pathologist turned poet and scholar, Colleen J. McElroy has wri

Kaplan, Robert (November 10, 1999)

Robert Kaplan - A free-lance travel writer who has published incisive books on Africa, the Middle Ea

Nelson, Marilyn (February 21, 2001)

Marilyn Nelson - Proclaimed by critic Kirkland Jones as “one of the major voices of a younger

Nelson, Marilyn (July 23, 2003)

Marilyn Nelson - In part two of this interview, Marilyn Nelson reads more from her books, including

Nicol, Mike (January 27, 1999)

Mike Nicol - A South African writer of international acclaim, Mike Nicol discusses his third novel H

Phillips, Robert (June 6, 2001)

Robert Phillips - Author or editor of over 25 books of poetry, fiction, and criticism, Robert Philli

Santiago, Esmeralda (September 14, 2005)

o;s prestigious Alex Award in 1999, the memoir Almost a Woman is Esmeralda Santiago’s sequel t

Spud Songs (November 26, 2003)

Spud Songs - A favorite archive recording for Thanksgiving, this show is a poetic salute to the pota

Tohe, Laura (April 21, 2004)

Laura Tohe - A Diné (Navajo), Laura Tohe was born and raised on the Navajo Reservation in nor

Townley, Roderick (April 21, 1999)

Roderick Townley - The author of two collections of poetry, Roderick Townley’s discusses his a

Unger, Robert (June 9, 1999)

Robert Unger - Author of The Union Station Massacre: The Original Sin of J. Edgar Hoover, Rober

Waters, Michael (May 25, 1998)

Michael Waters - Michael Waters reads from his collection, Green Ash, Red Maple, Black Gum and

Williams C. K. (April 12, 2000)

rd, the Berlin Prize, and the 1999 American Academy of Arts and Letters Literature Award. In this pu

Wolf, Michele (May 12, 1999)

Michele Wolf - A burgeoning New York poet, Michele Wolf’s first book, Conversations During Sle

Wright, C.D. (March 31, 1999)

C.D. Wright - Born and raised in the Arkansas Ozarks, C.D. Wright continues to capture the rhythmic

C.D. Wright: Past American Voice (April 29, 2016)

d from two interviews in 1999 and 2009, Wright discusses and reads from a number of h

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