portrait One on One Archives

Interview with Michael Collins

Issue No. 42 ~ November, 2000

Michael Collins, the author of the Booker Prize nominated novel, The Keepers of Trust, discusses his dual life as Microsoft programmer and best-selling author.

Interview with Richard Wiley

Issue No. 41 ~ October, 2000

The author of Ahmed's Revenge talks about the insidious frustration of having one's work go out of print, the backlash against workshop fiction, and the almighty nod from Oprah.

Interview with William H. Gass

Issue No. 41 ~ October, 2000

Does the word matter more than the medium? William Gass, the acclaimed author of 'The Tunnel' talks about book collecting, hidden treasures, and the current and future states of the book in a civilization obsessed with technological gadgetry.

Interview with Francisco Goldman

Issue No. 36 ~ May, 2000

Francisco Goldman’s short fiction and journalism have been published in Harper’s, Esquire, The New York Times Sunday Magazine, The New Yorker, Outside, Playboy, Buzz, and Mas. His first novel The Long Night of White Chickens …

Interview with Jhumpa Lahiri

Issue No. 27 ~ August, 1999

The author of Interpreter of Maladies talks about her new collection of stories and the transculture roles of her vibrant and well-crafted characters.

Interview with Brent Spencer

Issue No. 25 ~ June, 1999

The author of The Lost Son and Are We Not Men? talks about B-Movies, guilty pleasures, and the frustrations of writing for the screen.

Sean Lennon

Issue No. 20 ~ January, 1999

Sean Lennon’s debut album Into the Sun was released in the spring of 1998 on Grand Royal. Lennon, who turned 23 October 9th, can be seen in concert as a supporting act for Lenny Kravitz. …

Interview with Jon Scieszka

Issue No. 19 ~ December, 1998

Ryan Boudinot interviews Jon Scieszka, author of The Stinky Cheese Man and other Fairly Stupid Tales, in an attempt to find out just what makes this author ... stink?

Michael Cunningham

Issue No. 19 ~ December, 1998

Lorri Holt talks with Michael Cunningham, author of A Home at the End of the World and Flesh and Blood, and comes to understand how even quality writing can be workshopped to death.