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This audio is like an informal writing clinic, as you listen to these writers talk about their lives, experiences and, of course, their writing. While you are listening, Terry Gross draws out from these great writers the answers to your questions, just as the query begins to form in your own head.

Listen to Terry's conversations with Stephen King, Maurice Sendak, Richard Price, Philip Roth, James Baldwin, Norman Mailer, Allen Ginsberg, Joyce Johnson, John Updike, David Rakoff, Fran Lebowitz, David Sedaris, and Billy Collins. Download and start listening now!

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  • 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 by Scott | 12/7/2010

    " I love Terry Gross and Fresh Air - she's a great model for good interviewing and this book is par for the course

    great stuff esp if you're interesting in writing or the writing process "

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About the Author

Terry Gross started out in public radio in 1973 at WBFO, the NPR affiliate on the campus of her alma mater, the State University of New York at Buffalo. She became producer and host of Fresh Air in 1975, when it was still a local program. Fresh Air won a Peabody Award in 1994 for its “probing questions, revelatory interviews, and unusual insights.” In 2003 Terry herself received public radio’s highest honor, the Edward R. Murrow Award. She lives in Philadelphia with her husband, writer Francis Davis.