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Belva Davis, the first African-American woman television journalist on the West Coast, speaks with Judy Woodruff about her pioneering -- and sometimes difficult -- career in broadcast news and her new memoir. This story was done in partnership with KQED…
By Tom LeGro
Jeffrey Brown talks to rock legend Patti Smith, whose memoir, "Just Kids," won the National Book Award for nonfiction.
By Molly Finnegan
A (creative nonfiction) review of Keith Richard's new book, supposedly written by Mick Jagger, is mistaken for the real thing…
Jeffrey Brown talks to James Wolfensohn about his memoir, "A Global Life," and his 10 years at the helm of the World Bank. Wolfensohn, who grew up in Australia, worked in London and on Wall Street, reflects on the increasing…
Rosanne Cash Lists Influences in New Memoir…
Rosanne Cash is a songwriter, a bestselling performer and a chart-topping success. Her latest release is "The List," a compilation of songs her father held up as examples of "must know" music. And now she has written "Composed," her memoirs…
A preview of Jeffrey Brown's conversation with musician Roseanne Cash about the release of her new memoir, "Composed."…
Mark Twain's autobiography is set to be published for the first time, 100 years after the famous author and humorist's death. Correspondent Spencer Michels reports on the effort to edit and publish his century-old manuscript.
By Jason Breslow
A roundup of arts headlines.
Roger Rosenblatt's "Making Toast" chronicles how after the sudden death of his 38-year-old daughter, he and his wife Ginny moved in with their son-in-law to help raise their three young grandchildren.
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