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June Audiobooks Month

Jack Gantos has written books for people of all ages, from picture books and middle-grade fiction to novels for young adults and adults. His works include DEAD END IN NORVELT, HOLE IN MY LIFE, a memoir that won the Michael L. Printz and Robert F. Sibert honors; JOEY PIGZA SWALLOWED THE KEY, a National Book Award Finalist, and JOEY PIGZA LOSES CONTROL, a Newbery Honor book. Here, he answers a series of questions about recording DEAD END IN NORVELT.
Anna Quindlen's novels include RISE AND SHINE, BLESSINGS, BLACK AND BLUE, ONE TRUE THING and OBJECT LESSONS, and her nonfiction books include A SHORT GUIDE TO A HAPPY LIFE, GOOD DOG, STAY, BEING PERFECT, LOUD & CLEAR, LIVING OUT LOUD, THINKING OUT LOUD and HOW READING CHANGED MY LIFE.  She has also written the children's books THE TREE THAT CAME TO STAY and HAPPILY EVER AFTER. She lives with her husband and children in New York City. Here, she talks about the experience of reading her own work outloud.  
Richard Miniter is a Washington, D.C. writer whose work has appeared in numerous publications. He is the author of THE MYTH OF MARKET SHARE and several books on the war on terrorism, including SHADOW WAR and DISFORMATION. Richard is a national security columnist for Here, he talks about the experience of recording his book, MASTERMIND: The Many Faces of the 9/11 Architect, Khalid Shaikh Mohammed