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The lead singer of the Staple Singers and beloved living legend talks with music critic Greg Kot about her family, her time with Dr. King, and how her music fueled a movement.
The editors of Best American Poetry 2014 dish on their unsung poetry heroes, exchange basketball metaphors, and list their favorite volumes from the acclaimed poetic anthology.
We sat down with the CIA’s former top lawyer to find out how his relationship with the agency and its controversial programs evolved since he published his book about his decade of work for the CIA.
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David Cronenberg, renowned director and the author of Consumed asks Stephen King for some writing tips.
The irreverent comedian and writer for Parks and Recreations gabs on her satirical science textbook and her heroines in comedy.
Jeff Hobbs, the author of The Short And Tragic Life of Robert Peace , a Los Angeles Times Book Award winner, recounts his friendship and revives an extraordinary life.