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Mark Bittman

The author of Food Matters on the reasons for embracing conscious eating. Read more...

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Azar Nafisi: Things I've Been Silent About

The critic and memoirist on the teaching power of fiction -- and the need for a bailout of the imagination. Read more...

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Billy Collins: Ballistics

An in-depth talk with the former Poet Laureate, author of the newly published Ballistics.

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Khaled Hosseini

An in-depth conversation with the author ofThe Kite Runner and A Thousand Splendid Suns.

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John Barth: The Development

The author of The Development on autumnal themes and getting on with the story.

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Philip Roth: Indignation

The author on Indignation, panty raids, and the Korean War. Read more...

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John Adams

The composer of Doctor Atomic on composing an American life.

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Neal Stephenson: Anathem

The SF legend on Anathem, Snow Crash, fountain pens, and more. Read more...

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Bob Woodward

The legendary reporter answers questions from the Barnes & Noble Review. Read more...

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Watteau A-to-Z

A talk with
Jed Perl on Antoine's Alphabet and the art of seeing, plus a Gallery slideshow. Read more...

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Renee Fleming

The famed soprano on Richard Strauss, jazz, poetry, and her latest projects. Read more...

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Garry Wills: What the Gospels Meant

Garry Wills discusses the genesis of Matthew, Mark, Luke
and John. Read more...

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An Email Conversation with Jonathan Franzen

The author of The Corrections shares his thoughts about fiction in the Internet age and much, much more. Read more...

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Salman Rushdie Spins a Yarn

Salman Rushdie discusses the Mughal Empire, Machiavelli, and the storytelling that animates his new novel.

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Theodore Sorensen: Counselor

Ted Sorensen, JFK’s chief counselor, talks about campaigns past and present. Read more...

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