Howard Norman
Howard Norman
November 22, 2010
About the Guest
Fran Stoddard talks with novelist Howard Norman of E. Calais, Vt. The two-time National Book Award finalist sets much of his work in the Canadian Maritimes. He is also a translator of Cree and Algonquin folklore.
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After the Interview
Fran Stoddard talks to Howard Norman on whether or not his newest book, "What is Left the Daughter", is actually a historic novel.
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A Special Reading
Howard Norman reads an excerpt from his newest book, "What is Left the Daughter".
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