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Isabel Allende, Part One

5/31/2018
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One of the world's most widely-read Spanish language authors, Chilean writer Isabel Allende is a master of the magical realism form and a colorful storyteller. At the time of Allende's first visit to the SAL stage, she had authored her astonishing debut, "The House of the Spirits," "Of Love and Shadows," and "Eva Luna." This episode is Part One of our double-feature with Allende, who first joined us at Benaroya Hall in March 1989 for Seattle Arts & Lectures’ inaugural season. In her talk,...

Duration:01:02:55

Ruth Ozeki

5/2/2018
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Ruth Ozeki is a novelist, filmmaker and Zen Buddhist priest, whose award-winning novels have been described as "witty, intelligent and passionate" by the Independent, and as possessing "shrewd and playful humor, luscious sexiness and kinetic pizzazz" by the Chicago Tribune. At the time of her visit, Ozeki had written three novels, most recently A Tale for Time-Being (2013), shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award. In this episode, we hear from Ozeki,...

Duration:01:14:43

Elizabeth Strout

3/28/2018
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Elizabeth Strout is the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Olive Kitteridge, the bestsellers Abide With Me, The Burgess Boys, My Name is Lucy Barton, and the award-winning Amy and Isabelle, all set in New England, all exploring the twists and turns of family dynamics, small-town gossip, and experiences of love, loss, and grief. “The pleasure in reading Strout," writes Louisa Thomas for the New York Times, "comes from an intense identification with complicated, not always admirable, characters....

Duration:01:19:12