[VIDEO] Terry McMillan on Character, Legacy, and "Who Asked You?"




This interview is part of an ongoing LARB A.V. series from this year’s LA Times Festival of Books. Go to the LARB A.V. homepage to see more interviews with T.C. BoyleDaniel Handler, Mona Simpson, Leslie Jamison, and Adrian Todd Zuniga, and keep checking in for upcoming interviews with Walter Kirn, Michelle Huneven, and many, many more.

TERRY MCMILLAN, bestselling author of Waiting to Exhale, How Stella Got Her Groove Back, and Disappearing Acts discusses her latest novel, Who Asked You? 

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