james michael causey, writer.
Author Q&A with William McPherson
Michael Causey March 7, 2013 William McPherson is a quintessential man of letters. He founded The Washington Post’s “Book World” and won a Pulitzer Prize in 1977 for literary criticism. Then he swung around to the other side of the desk to write two beautiful and well received novels, Testing the Current (1984) and To the Sargasso Sea (1987).
Washington Independent Writer's Feature, May 2, 2014
Interview with Martin Walker by Michael Causey
There's far more brioche than bullets on display in Martin Walker’s latest Bruno, Chief of Police book, The Resistance Man.
Interview with Russell Banks
Interview with Madison Smartt Bell
Interview with Susan Minot