Ep. 87: Elizabeth Chiles Shelburne & Amy Kurzweil

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Two incredible authors discuss their debuts. First, Elizabeth Chiles Shelburne tells James about her Tennessee-set HOLDING ON TO NOTHING (Blair), reading while driving (?), Dolly Parton, time machines, and two beer guitars. Then Amy Kurzweil on her depiction of three generations, including her grandmother surviving the Holocaust, in FLYING COUCH: A GRAPHIC MEMOIR (Black Balloon Books). They go over the deceptive naïveté of comics, how she learned to depict her story, and the inside dirt on NEW YORKER cartoons.

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Elizabeth Chiles Shelburne: http://ecshelburne.com/

Buy HOLDING ON TO NOTHING: Buy HOLDING ON TO NOTHING

Elizabeth and James discuss:

Blair Publishing

Amherst College

James Patterson

TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD by Harper Lee

THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY

Mark Barr

The Novel Incubator at Grub Street

Lisa Borders

Michelle Hoover

FREEDOM by Jonathan Franzen

"Little Sparrow" by Dolly Parton

"Down in the Valley" by The Head and the Heart

Grand Ole Opry

TRAMPOLINE by Robert Gipe

ROMEO AND JULIET by William Shakespeare

William Gay

George Singleton

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Amy Kurzweil: http://amykurzweil.com/

Buy FLYING COUCH: A GRAPHIC MEMOIR: Buy FLYING COUCH

Amy and James discuss:

BART SIMPSON'S GUIDE TO LIFE: A WEE HANDBOOK FOR THE PERPLEXED by Matt Groening

CALVIN AND HOBBES by Bill Watterson

MAUS by Art Spiegelman

FUN HOME: A FAMILY TRAGICOMIC by Alison Bechdel

PERSEPOLIS by Marjane Satrapi

Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive at University of Michigan

"What the son wishes to forget the grandson wishes to remember." - Marcus Lee Hansen

THE NEW YORKER

MOBY DICK by Nathaniel Hawthorne

Marcel Proust

Bob Mankoff

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