Archive: Imprint season 13 episode 20

Imprint

On this show: Oliver Saks reads to fans from his new book "Uncle Tungsten." Host Tina Srebotnjak and panelists Scott Anderson (Quill and Quire) and writer Cynthia Macdonald discuss what bestseller lists really mean. Various authors give their opinions of bestseller lists. Canadian award winning novelist Sandra Birdsell in conversation with Tina about her book The Russlander, a drama of the lives of her own grandparents who were Mennonites who fled from Russia to Cananda.
Aired:
Jul 29, 2002
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