Author Julie Landsman interviews David Haynes about his novel All American Dream Dolls (Milkweed Editions), a 1998 Minnesota Book Award nominee, and about the recent anthology they co-edited, Welcome to Your World: Writings for the Heart of Young America (Milkweed Editions). Mary Jo Pauly then talks to David about his special limited edition fine arts press book, The Everyday Magic of Walterlee Higgins, the 1998 Winter Book Project of the Minnesota Center for Book Arts.
Journalists and co-authors of "Professor Wellstone Goes to Washington: The Inside Story of Grassroots U.S. Senate Campaign," a 1996 Minnesota Book Award wirmer in the History category; interviewed by attorney Tom Nelson.
Diego Vazquez and Zainab Ali, two writers and contributors to Do You Know Me Now?, an anthology of multicultural writings published by Normandale Community College, are interviewed by the editor Elisabeth Rosenberg.
Strand, Don; Strand, Dain; Strand, Cyndy; Weaver, Andy
MusiciansI producers Don and Dain Strand, Cyndy Strand, and biology teacherIsongwriter Andy Weaver talk about their collaborative efforts to self-produce "Trouble In Paradise," a music tape of environmental songs.
Catholic bishop, attorney, university president, former head of the General Mills Foundation, and author of "Reluctant Dissenter: An Autobiography" (Crossroad Publishing), a fascinating account of his personal and spiritual life; interviewed at the Minnesota State Law Library by Dr. Terry Dash, a church historian.
Dr. Stephen Wilbers, author of Writing for Business, a compilation of syndicated columns from the Star Tribune which help people improve their business writing skills, is interviewed by Eileen Cavanagh.
Former Director of the Bell Museum of Natural History, author/illustrator of "The Reptiles and Amphibians of Minnesota," and wildlife painter/illustrator for "The Birds of Minnesota," interviewed by editor/author Bob Janssen. Also: Scott Lanyon of the Bell Museum of Natural History.