Writers At Cornell blog. It's with W6 friend Stewart O'Nan, author of many novels, including Last Night At The Lobster, Snow Angels, Wish You Were Here, and the forthcoming Emily, Alone. He gave a great reading the other night at Goldwin Smith (interrupted, with just one sentence to go, by a fire alarm); during this interview we talked about his prolificity and work habits, his research acumen, and his adventures chronicling the Red Sox with Stephen King. Click the link above, or subscribe to the podcast in iTunes.
This Thursday I'm going to be interviewing one of my favorite writers, Nicholson Baker, and will post the results Thursday evening. Anything you'd like me to ask him? I've already gotten a lot of good suggestions from friends--honestly, I'd happily talk to Baker for an hour if I could.