SAUL ALINSKY: PLAYBOY INTERVIEW (1972)

2018-05-01T12:56:41+01:00May 1st, 2018|Uncategorised|

Interview by Eric Norden For the past 35 years, the American establishment has come under relentless attack from a bespectacled, conservatively dressed community organizer who looks like an accountant and talks like a stevedore. According to The New York Times, Saul Alinsky "is hated and feared in high places from coast [...]

STEPHEN KING: PLAYBOY INTERVIEW (1983) – by Eric Norden

2020-05-18T22:01:30+01:00March 8th, 2018|Uncategorised|

In the early winter of 1972, a Maine housewife dusting her husband's makeshift study fished a discarded manuscript out of the wastebasket and sat down to read it. When Stephen King returned from teaching high school English that evening, his wife, Tabitha, persuaded him to resume work on the abandoned novel, despite his conviction "that I had written the world's all-time loser."