Discussing the book "Brown River, White Ocean: An Anthology of Twentieth-Century Philippine Literature in English" (published by University of Rutgers Press) with editor and poet Luis Francia.
Discussing the book "From the Margin: Writings in Italian Americana" (published by Purdue University Press) with two of its editors, Fred Gardaphe and Anthony Tamburri.
Rolins in 1963 compiled and published: "The Christmas gif': an anthology of Christmas poems, songs, and stories, written by and about Negroes."
Nelson Algren discusses his short story, "How the Devil Came Down Division Street," the art of writing, and writers of the Beat Generation.
Interviewing booksellers Hendaseyd Buchanan and Miss Dillon while Studs was in England. They discuss life in London, England and Scotland, their bookshops, and book selling.
Interviewing three independent booksellers| Richard Bray, Paul Yamazaki, and David Unowsky.
Albert Alvarez, poet, writer and critic, discusses how technology advancement is changing society. Specifically he discusses war in general, the Holocaust and advancements in destructive weapons. "Beyond All This Fiddle: Essays, 1955-1967."
Interviewing Jack LaPorte (part 2) - (part 1 is missing) - while Studs was in England. 05:06 cuts out and begins interview with Al Alvarez. Albert Alvarez, poet, writer and critic, discusses how technology advancement is changing society. He specifically discusses war in general, the Holocaust and advancements in destructive weapons. He speaks fondly of Sylvia Plath, and discusses his current book, "Beyond All This Fiddle: Essays, 1955-1967."
Interviewing "Candy Armstrong-Jones" (Cathy Zmuda)
Interviewing Candy Armstrong-Jones (Cathy Zmuda).
Hendaseyd Buchanan, a bookseller, discusses his bookshop, customers, and interests.
Neil Postman, an author, educator, media theorist and cultural critic discusses his book; "The School Book: For People Who Want to Know What All the Hollering Is About,". Mr Postman and Studs talk about his definition of what school is for and it's worth, and they converse about several sections of the book. Mr. Postman reads an excerpt from his book to begin the interview.