MARCH 1, 2011 In Studio Interviews Molly Ringwald on “When it Happens to You” Skylight Reading Series: Episode 5: Adrian Tomine discusses his “New York Drawings” Episode 4: DT Max discusses his biography on David Foster Wallace Episode 3: Emma Straub reads from Laura Lamont’s Life in Pictures Episode 2: Jeffrey Fleishman reads Shadow ManEpisode 1: Nathalie Handal reads Poet in Andalucia Authors talk to Tom Lutz: Aimee Bender on nonfiction. Aimee Bender on The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake. Leo Braudy on the Hollywood sign. Cecil Castellucci on young adult fiction. James Ellroy on Shakedown Steve Erickson of genre, Faulkner, time, and his first novel. Janet Fitch on her forthcoming novel. Janet Fitch on the resilience of fiction. Janet Fitch on the varieties of nonfiction. Judith Freeman on her book about Raymond Chandler. Seth Greenland on adaptation. Seth Greenland on the necessity of standards. Denise Hamilton on her latest novel, Damage Control. Juan Felipe Herrera on becoming the new California Poet Laureate. Laila Lalami on tellling the truth. Lalila Lalami on writing Hope and Other Dangerous Pursuits. Paul Mandelbaum on the contract with the reader. Richard Schickel on writing biography. Mark Haskell Smith on nonfiction. Mark Haskell Smith on novelist David Mitchell. Jerry Stahl on Permanent Midnight, memoir, I, Fatty, and historical fiction. Michael Tolkin on The Return of the Player. Our Young Critics videos: Rachel Conway on Percy Jackson Rachel Conway The Hunger Games Clara Mokri on Marly & Me Clara Mokri on The Book Thief. Clara Mokri on The Hunger Games Grace Slansky on Fried Green Tomatoes and other books.