Patrick McGrath offers dramatic reading of 'Trauma' at Miami Book Fair International: Patrick McGrath reads from his newest gothic novel 'Trauma' at the 2008 Miami Book Fair International.
Marisa de los Santos makes the leap from poetry to prose by way of motherhood: Marisa de los Santos describes her transitions in literature and life and her search for inspiration at the 2008 National Book Festival.
Small press authors, poets and storytellers find big audiences at book fairs: Small presses have their big moments at book fairs.
Cokie Roberts unveils the politcal prowess and power of the 'Founding Mothers': ABC News and National Public Radio reporter Cokie Roberts celebrates early American First Ladies at the National Book Festival, former First Lady Laura Bush's signature annual event in the National Mall.
Richard Price finds humor and colliding worlds in projects of NYC's Lower East Side: Fresh from his former day job writing for the late, great HBO series, 'The Wire,' Richard Price reads from 'Lush Life,' his first novel in five years and takes questions from the audience.
Chris Hedges and Laila Al-Arian report U.S. atrocities in Iraq, claiming 1.2 million casualties: Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges and co-author English Al Jazeera reporter Laila Al-Arian report on the 'collateral damage' in the war in Iraq.
Art Spiegelman and Daniel Pink discourse on the discourse of comics: Although he wants a DNA test before he accepts paternity, the 'father of graphic novels,' Art Spiegelman discourses with 'graphic business books' writer Daniel Pink on the language and art of graphic books as seen through the lens of Spiegelman's life and work.
Jane Mayer nominated for NBCC award for her book exposing 'The Dark Side' of U.S. torture policies: New Yorker correspondent Jane Mayer sheds light on 'the dark side' of the Bush Administration's war on terror.
James McBride sticks another feather in his hat--historical novels: Multi-talented jazz saxophonist, musical composer, journalist, bestselling memoirist and novelist James McBride presents historical novel 'Song Yet Sung' at the 2008 National Book Festival.
Paul A. Mayewski, The Ice Chronicles: The Quest to Understand Global Climate Change.
Science: World-renowned scientist and explorer, Paul Mayewski, describes his quest to understand global climate change and his new book. (Interview, 7 minutes).
Amy Bloom, Susan Gilman, Lian Moriarty, and Randy Meyers tackle ups and downs of women's fiction.
Five bestselling authors discuss the ups and downs, ins and outs of women's contemporary fiction.
Chris Cosentino, Geoffrey Zakarian, C.B. Cebulski, and Daliboor Talajic salt comics with foodie talk.
Food Network celebrity chefs Chris Cosentino and Geoffrey Zakarian join Marvel comic book creators C.B. Cebulski and Daliboor Talajic for a discussion of the latest trend in comics--chef heroes.
Mem Fox pours her heart onto the page.
Mem Fox comes all the way from her home in Adelaide, Australia, to make a roomful of grown adults misty-eyed at the annual Children's Booksellers Breakfast at BookExpo America 2014.
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