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New Letters on the Air
Wed January 9, 2013
Fiction Writer Jim Shepard
Acclaimed fiction writer Jim Shepard is the author of six novels and several short story collections, including Like You'd Understand Anyway, winner of the 2008 Story Prize and a National Book Award finalist.
Known for his well-researched and historically grounded fiction about obscure topics, Shepard shares his inspiration for writing and reads from his 2011 collection, You Think That's Bad, in front of an audience at the Kansas City Public Library, while the 2012 Cockefair Writer-in-Residence at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
Listen here until January 9, 2013.
New Letters on the Air, public radio's longest-running literary program, is a half-hour program that is produced by New Letters magazine at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.