talking volumes: 2014
Talking Volumes is a literary collaboration between the Star Tribune and Minnesota Public Radio that brings high-profile authors to the Twin Cities for a live interview, later broadcast on MPR, accompanied by in-depth stories about the writers in the Star Tribune. Here's the 2014 lineup.
Pulitzer-winning author Richard Ford comes to St. Paul with a new book about his most enduring character, Frank Bascombe.
The world's so-called religious battles are more complex than they seem, author Karen Armstrong argues in her new book.
Azar Nafisi, author of "Reading Lolita in Tehran" and a guest at Talking Volumes on Nov. 5, views fiction as "the moral guardian of the American dream."
Popular YA authors Cassandra Clare and Holly Black have teamed up to launch a five-book fantasy series about a boy reluctant to use his superpowers.
Writers coming to the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul this fall reflect a variety of topics and genres.