Literary Conversations Series

Collected interviews with the world's most notable writers. Recent titles include: Conversations with Yusef Komunyakaa. Series editor: Peggy Prenshaw, Millsaps College Humanities Scholar in Residence.

Conversations with Albert Murray

Conversations with Amiri Baraka

Conversations with Anaïs Nin

Conversations with Andre Dubus

Conversations with Ann Beattie

Conversations with Anthony Burgess

Conversations with Arthur Miller

Conversations with Audre Lorde

Conversations with August Wilson

Conversations with Bernard Malamud

Conversations with Bharati Mukherjee

Conversations with Carl Sagan

Conversations with Caryl Phillips

Conversations with Chaim Potok

Conversations with Chester Himes

Conversations with Chinua Achebe

Conversations with Christopher Isherwood

Conversations with Clarence Major

Conversations with David Foster Wallace

Conversations with Denise Levertov

Conversations with Derek Walcott

Conversations with Don DeLillo

Conversations with Dorothy Allison

Conversations with E. L. Doctorow

Conversations with Edna O'Brien

Conversations with Edward Albee

Conversations with Elizabeth Bishop

Conversations with Elizabeth Spencer

Conversations with Ellen Douglas

Conversations with Erica Jong

Conversations with Ernest Gaines

Conversations with Ernest Hemingway

Conversations with Erskine Caldwell

Conversations with Eudora Welty

Conversations with Eugene O'Neill

Conversations with F. Scott Fitzgerald

Conversations with Flannery O'Connor

Conversations with Gabriel García Márquez

Conversations with Gloria Naylor

Conversations with Gore Vidal

Conversations with Grace Paley

Conversations with Graham Greene

Conversations with Greil Marcus

Conversations with Gwendolyn Brooks

Conversations with Henry Miller

Conversations with Hunter S. Thompson

Conversations with Ian McEwan

Conversations with Isaac Asimov

Conversations with Ishmael Reed

Conversations with Jack Kerouac

Conversations with James Baldwin

Conversations with James Ellroy

Conversations with James Thurber

Conversations with Jerzy Kosinski

Conversations with Jim Harrison

Conversations with John Edgar Wideman

Conversations with John Fowles

Conversations with John Gardner

Conversations with John le Carré

Conversations with John Steinbeck

Conversations with John Updike

Conversations with Jonathan Lethem

Conversations with Jonathan Lethem

Conversations with Joseph Heller

Conversations with Joyce Carol Oates

Conversations with Julian Barnes

Conversations with Kazuo Ishiguro

Conversations with Kingsley Amis

Conversations with Kurt Vonnegut

Conversations with Larry Brown

Conversations with Lee Smith

Conversations with Leon Forrest

Conversations with Leslie Marmon Silko

Conversations with Lillian Hellman

Conversations with Louise Erdrich and Michael Dorris

Conversations with M. F. K. Fisher

Conversations with Malcolm Cowley

Conversations with Margaret Walker

Conversations with Mary Gordon

Conversations with Mary McCarthy

Conversations with Maxine Hong Kingston

Conversations with May Sarton

Conversations with Maya Angelou

Conversations with Mexican American Writers: Languages and Literatures in the Borderlands

Conversations with Michael Crichton

Conversations with N. Scott Momaday

Conversations with Nadine Gordimer

Conversations with Natasha Trethewey

Conversations with Nikki Giovanni

Conversations with Norman Mailer

Conversations with Octavia Butler

Conversations with Paul Auster

Conversations with Paul Bowles

Conversations with Paule Marshall

Conversations with Pauline Kael

Conversations with Percival Everett

Conversations with Peter Taylor

Conversations with Philip Roth

Conversations with Ralph Ellison

Conversations with Ray Bradbury

Conversations with Raymond Carver

Conversations with Reynolds Price

Conversations with Richard Ford

Conversations with Richard Wilbur

Conversations with Richard Wright

Conversations with Rita Dove

Conversations with Robert Coles

Conversations with Robert Graves

Conversations with Robert Penn Warren

Conversations with Robertson Davies

Conversations with Rudolfo Anaya

Conversations with Russell Banks

Conversations with S. J. Perelman

Conversations with Salman Rushdie

Conversations with Samuel R. Delany

Conversations with Saul Bellow

Conversations with Shelby Foote

Conversations with Sherman Alexie

Conversations with Sonia Sanchez

Conversations with Stanley Kunitz

Conversations with Susan Sontag

Conversations with Tennessee Williams

Conversations with Thomas McGuane

Conversations with Thornton Wilder

Conversations with Tim Gautreaux

Conversations with Tim O'Brien

Conversations with Tom Robbins

Conversations with Tom Wolfe

Conversations with Toni Cade Bambara

Conversations with Toni Morrison

Conversations with Ursula K. Le Guin

Conversations with V. S. Naipaul

Conversations with Walker Percy

Conversations with Walter Mosley

Conversations with Wendell Berry

Conversations with William F. Buckley Jr.

Conversations with William Faulkner

Conversations with William H. Gass

Conversations with William Kennedy

Conversations with William Maxwell

Conversations with William S. Burroughs

Conversations with William Styron

Conversations with Willie Morris

Conversations with Wole Soyinka

Conversations with: Yusef Komunyakaa

Czesław Miłosz: Conversations

Elie Wiesel: Conversations

Isaac Bashevis Singer: Conversations

Jorge Luis Borges: Conversations

Joseph Brodsky: Conversations

Katherine Anne Porter: Conversations

More Conversations with Eudora Welty

More Conversations with Walker Percy

Toni Morrison: Conversations

Truman Capote: Conversations

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A Conversation with Bruce West, Author of The True Gospel Preached Here

Bruce West’s color photographs in The True Gospel Preached Here document the spiritual and creative work of Reverend H.D. Dennis, and his wife, Margaret, a self-proclaimed preacher, artist, and architect in Vicksburg, Mississippi. The product of twenty years of labor and multiple site visits, West's photographs are both intimate and transparent, tenderly revealing the Reverend and Margaret's

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