Interview by John Wisniewski John Wisniewski: When did you begin writing, James? James L. Niebauer: The weekend after the JFK assassination, there was nothing on TV so my parents took us to the movies. I was young, so this was my first movie theater experience. They took us to see the latest Jerry Lewis movie.
Interview by Paul Salfen In the second Fowl Twins adventure, Deny All Charges, Irish author Eoin Colfer brings his Artemis Fowl spinoff back to life to further follow Myles and Beckett’s adventures through exploding jets and run-ins with a nun, a fairy, and a troll. A house arrest can’t stop the boys from using their
THE TOWER OF NERO: Rick Riordan Finishes Final Book Series In The Trials Of Apollo Series (Interview)
Interview by Paul Salfen SYNOPSIS: At last, the breathtaking, action packed-finale of the #1 bestselling Trials of Apollo is here! Will the Greek God Apollo, cast down to earth in the pathetic mortal form of Lester Papadopolous, finally regain his place on Mount Olympus? Lester’s demigod friends at Camp Jupiter just helped him survive attacks
Interview by John Wisniewski John Wisniewski: When did you begin writing, Lili? Lili Anolik: I was a bad sleeper as a kid. I just was never not awake. The rule my parents came up with was that I had to be in bed at a certain time, but that I didn't have to turn off
Lawrence Grobel - Master InterviewerInterview by John Wisniewski John Wisniewski: Larry, you have written about your conversations with Marlon Brando. How did you meet Marlon? Larry Grobel: After my nine-month marathon Playboy interview with Barbra Streisand, the editors at Playboy recognized that I had a certain tenacity that they knew would be required to deal
THE HELL’S ANGELS LETTERS: HUNTER S. THOMPSON, MARGARET HARRELL AND THE MAKING OF AN AMERICAN CLASSIC (Interview With Margaret Harrell)
Interview by John Wisniewski Margaret had a challenging and trusted relationship with Hunter as his Assistant Editor in 1966 while working on his first published book, Hell’s Angels, at Random House. Margaret’s energy was noted by Hunter as she chose to be available 24/7. Thus dealing with Hunter’s “many demands” . . . My guess
ABOUT Robert Rosen is the author of Nowhere Man: The Final Days of John Lennon, an international bestseller that's been translated into six languages. His latest book, Bobby in Naziland: A Tale of Flatbush, is a memoir about growing up in Brooklyn in the 1950s and 60s, surrounded by Auschwitz survivors and W.W. II vets.
Interview by John Wisniewski One of the thrills of my life was acting in the films of Martin Scorsese. In 1967, I met him in an office on 42nd St., where he interviewed me for a part in his first feature film, "Who's That Knocking At My Door." He hired me. He hired me to
Interview by John Wisniewski The Mudd Club was a nightclub in the TriBeCa area of New York City, USA, that operated from 1978 to 1983 as a venue for underground music and counterculture events. It was located at 77 White Street in downtown Manhattan and was opened by Steve Mass, art curator Diego Cortez and
JOHN WISNIEWSKI: WHEN DID YOU BEGIN WRITING? Gomery Kimber: I was 11 when I spent the summer holidays writing a 20,000 word science fiction story. I still have it somewhere, though I'm not sure I'd want anyone to read it. I missed a lot of school because of ill health. I collected comics, war stories