Novelist Paul Auster discusses his new autobiography, Report from the Interior. It charts Auster’s moral, political, and intellectual journey as he grew up through the postwar 1950s and into the turbulent 1960s.
Paul Auster talks about his latest novel, Sunset Park, which follows the hopes and fears of a cast of characters brought together by the mysterious Miles Heller during the dark months of the 2008 economic collapse.
Fate may not be written in the stars, but what if it’s written in our genes? First, Paul Auster raises the specter of "rhyming events," his term for those spooky coincidences that seem more than ordinary mathematical flukes.
Then, a seemingly simple experiment devised by Walter Mischel ...
Around 80 million Americans call themselves Catholics. We talk about what it means to be a Catholic in today’s world. Also: Paul Auster on his new novel, Man in the Dark. Al and Larry Ubell answer your home repair questions. Plus: what can lessons learned from the Cold War teach ...
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