Steve Hely's novel How I Became A Famous Novelist tells the story of Pete Tarslaw, an unlikely literary legend, and how his "pile of garbage" became the most talked about, blogged about, praised, and panned novel in America.
Host Leonard Lopate lets you in on the best conversations with writers, actors, ex-presidents, dancers, scientists, comedians, historians, grammarians, curators, filmmakers, and do-it-yourself experts.
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