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An Interview With Jessica Francis Kane

April 12, 2013

Author Jessica Francis Kane (@JessicaFKane) was born in Berkeley, California; grew up in Ann Arbor, Michigan; and graduated from Yale. Her first short story collection, Bending Heaven, was published in the US (Counterpoint, 2002) and the UK (C [...]

Interview With Czech Poet Miroslav Holub

April 2, 2013

Miroslav Holub (1923–1998) is one of the most internationally well-known Czech poets. He led a career as a scientist, and his poetry is known for its sharpness and wit, as well as descriptions of aging and suffering. The following heretofore unp [...]

My Life As a Movie: The Kelly Howe Story

March 18, 2013

  Quimby / Flickr   Editor’s note: Through March, Jennifer Niesslein (@jniesslein) is contributing interviews with interesting, “ordinary” people, who do extraordinary things worthy of the big screen—to complement o [...]

My Life As a Movie: The Dave and Jeff Hunt Story

March 6, 2013

  Still from from Little Tally J1 video (click to view)   Editor’s note: Through March, Jennifer Niesslein (@jniesslein) is contributing interviews with interesting, “ordinary” people, who do extraordinary things worthy of [...]

My Life As a Movie: The Brames

February 18, 2013

  Flickr / Mordac   Editor's note: Through March, Jennifer Niesslein (@jniesslein) is contributing interviews with interesting, "ordinary" people, who do extraordinary things worthy of the big screen—to complement our Win [...]

My Life As a Movie: The Andrea Walter Story

January 24, 2013

  Ogeid66 / Flickr   Editor's note: Through March, Jennifer Niesslein (@jniesslein) is contributing interviews with interesting, "ordinary" people, who do extraordinary things worthy of the big screen—to complement our Winter [...]

An Interview With Horton Foote

January 8, 2013

According to our research as the editors of The Voice of an American Playwright (2012), this is the first interview to explore more than Horton Foote’s writing and general biography. Conducted by Professor David L. Middleton at Trinity University, in San Antonio, in 1973, the interview’s academic environment made it appropriate to ask about such essential issues as the contexts (both physical and political) for Foote’s screenwriting, creative process, sense of place, and experiences in film and television production.

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