Friday, July 16, 2010

BBC Radio Scotland: The Book Café

This Monday (July 19th) I'll be appearing on BBC Radio Scotland's Book Café to talk about Mark Twain, his legacy, and the forthcoming publication of his autobiography. It starts at 1.15. You can listen live here, and I'll throw up an iPlayer link after the broadcast. More information available here:
And as the hundred year ban on publishing Mark Twain's memoirs ends, John Freeman, Editor of Granta Magazine, and Twain expert Dr. Tom Smith will be joining Clare to explain the ban and discuss the legacy of the writer hailed by William Faulkner as 'the father of American literature'.

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