Sonja Rose Klein by Chuck Roach Sonja Rose Klein is a native Texan and graduate of The University of Texas. Retired, she lives up a canyon in west Texas, where she gardens, writes, and raises sheep and goats. She is active in the nearby communities of Barksdale and Campwood and has won awards for her
Interview by John Wisniewski "Yes, he could be a misanthrope, a nihilist, a vindictive dirty old man, an opinionated, vicious writer, but that was just part of the picture." Charles Bukowski Art Drawings. Ink on paper AMFM Magazine: You have written extensively about the writings of Charles Bukowski, what interests you about his life
Interview by John Wisniewski Guess and Check is not an ordinary memoir; instead, it is a creative look at the life of a biracial boy—later seen as a young man—who adjusts with difficulty to lessons learned from the behavior of his parents and the people around him. In his rural-America world, he is an observer
Interview by Paul Salfen A rare interview with RL Stone, who has sold over 400 million Goosebumps books in over 50 languages. He talks about getting Jack Black back and making another movie, and writing more books about his evil alter ego "Slappy."
DR. WOMACK AND THE BEATLES ENCYCLOPEDIA: A LIFE LONG WORKBy John Wizniewski Kenneth Womack is a world-renowned authority on the Beatles and their enduring cultural influence. His latest book project involves a two-volume, full-length biography devoted to famed Beatles producer Sir George Martin. Forthcoming in 2017, the first book in the series will be entitled Maximum Volume: The Life
Prince's former lawyer and mentee, Jaunique Sealey speaks about lessons learned working with him in her upcoming book Regroup: The How-To of Never Giving Up.In addition to Prince, Sealey has worked as a brand architect for Lady Gaga, a major national cosmetics brand, and more. Her message centers around reframing how we look at failure.
Interview by John Wisniewski Author Jude Kessler answers: ``Why John Lennon?``Jude Southerland Kessler is the author of The Lennon Series, a 9-volume work on the life of John Lennon. The first book, Shoulda Been There, covers John's life from 1940-Dec. 1961. The second book, Shivering Inside, details John's life from Dec. 1961-March 1963. The third
Interview by John Wisniewski Lee Martin Lee Martin is the Pulitzer Prize Finalist author of The Bright Forever, and four other novels: Quakertown, River of Heaven, Break the Skin, and Late One Night. His other books are the memoirs, Such a Life, From Our House, and Turning Bones; and the short story collection, The Least You Need to Know. His fiction and
Alexandra Zapruder Interview by John Wisniewski ``Twenty-Six Seconds: A Personal History of the Zapruder Film`` Alexandra Zapruder, granddaughter of the videographer and a founder of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Abraham Zapruder, has written a book called Twenty Six Seconds: A Personal History Of The Zapruder Film, about the footage her grandfather shot they day
Interview of Author and Scholar Lois Oppeneim by John Wisniewski Samuel Beckett Directing ``Waiting For Godot`` in Berlin, 1975Dr. Lois Oppenheim is University Distinguished Scholar, Professor of French, and Chair of the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at Montclair State University, where she teaches courses in literature and psychoanalysis. She is also Scholar Associate