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Q Novelist Miriam Toews on sisterhood and suicide

The Canadian novelist on All My Puny Sorrows and the anguish of grappling with a loved one's desire to die.

WireTap Discomfort

Hear a story from writer Lydia Davis about navigating one of life's more awkward moments.

Writers and Company Jose Padilha

The show's special Brazil series continues with filmmaker Jose Padilha. His documentaries have tackled crime and corruption. His latest project - RoboCop!


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