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Books and literature interview, reviews and featured from WFIU Public Media from Indiana University.

Books and literature interview, reviews and featured from WFIU Public Media from Indiana University.
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Books and literature interview, reviews and featured from WFIU Public Media from Indiana University.

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Episodes

In The Limelight For The Week Of Feb. 7, 2011

2/7/2011
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A look at what's going on this week in local arts news.

Duration: 00:02:56


IU Student Writes A ‘Gateway Drug’ Novel

2/2/2011
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When her Mexican-American students told Ashley Hope Prez they couldn't find a novel that told their story, she wrote it. The IU doctoral student speaks to Adam Schwartz about her soon to be published novel What Can't Wait.

Duration: 00:05:16


Hoosier Writers Gone Wild

11/23/2010
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Artworks’ Adam Schwartz speaks with Bill Peschel, author of Writers Gone Wild, a collection of anecdotes of great writers at their worst behavior.

Ghost Storytelling Series: “An Easy Gig,” Told By Josh Wolf

10/28/2010
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"Gabe thought that the baby was pretty good. In fact, as babysitting gigs went, this was a really easy one..."

Duration: 00:01:34


Adam Langer’s New Book: Conning The NYC Publishing World

10/11/2010
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WFIU’s Adam Schwartz speaks with Bloomington author Adam Langer about his fourth novel, The Thieves of Manhattan.

Duration: 00:05:07


How Beethoven Had ‘Big Guns Aimed At The Future’

8/12/2010
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I think Beethoven was distilling everything that he was, everything that he had within himself, as a human being and as an artist, and giving them to us, to posterity.

Duration: 00:05:08


Laurie R. King: A 20th Century Feminist Marries Sherlock Holmes

5/19/2010
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What if Sherlock Holmes married a woman of equal wit and intelligence, and they solved crimes as a team? That’s the premise of Laurie R. King’s popular series of suspense novels featuring Holmes and Mary Russell. King has just had published the tenth installment in her Mary Russell series, The God of the Hive.

Duration: 00:05:17