A Novel Idea

A conversation with Suzanne Lang about Mending What Is Broken.

“McKean’s characters are so palpable…

and we can relate to aspects of their humanity and also their radical behaviors that are just off-kilter from what we might imagine of ourselves and others. And it’s in that slight extreme and unfilteredness that his characters are endeared to us.”

– Suzanne Lang

I very much enjoyed talking to Suzanne Lang from North California Public Radio about Mending What Is Broken. She is a very good reader and her questions were incredibly insightful. Listen to conversation below.

Listen to A Novel Idea

Mending What Is Broken begins at 32 minutes into the recording.

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