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Tuesday, March 04, 2014
Kenan Trebincevic discusses how his happy childhood was totally transformed once the civil war began in 1992 – and returning to Bosnia 20 years later. His memoir is called The Bosnia List.
Lopate kept the interview of a very gruff guest rolling. Stony silence to a greeting from the get-go, clipped responses to questions, and no helpful elaborations on the author's(Kenan Trebincevic) side made for a sometimes uncomfortable discussion.
The subject of your book is indeed grim, Kenan, but geez, don't take it out on the guy trying to help your cause and promote your book. Cheers Leonard, for your professional chops.
They're just about to make a decision about the apparitions at Medjugorge, this Spring.
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