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Word & Image: Final Chapter, Day 1 & 2

01/18/2014  by Arlo Haskell  Comment on this Post
 
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Elizabeth George: “I write about the dark to make sense of things. I look for answers to the whys of life in its most extreme moments.” Photo by Nick Doll.

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John Banville, aka Benjamin Black: “There are just good books and books that are not so good. If I had my way, bookstores would be ordered completely alphabetically. There would be no crime section, no literary fiction section.”

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Lee Child: “Something hardwired in the human brain loves fear, danger, and peril, especially when we know it will all work out OK.” Photo by Nick Doll.

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Lisa Unger: “Darkness is everywhere if you’re looking for it. And I’m definitely looking for it.” Photo by Nick Doll.

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Percival Everett: “Starting to write a novel is like knowingly entering a bad marriage. I try to make myself smarter by writing my novels.” Photo by Nick Doll.

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Otto Penzler, founder of the Mysterious Press and New York’s Mysterious Bookshop talked about his “life of crime.” Photo by Nick Doll.



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Malla Nunn: Photo by Nick Doll.

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Michael Connelly and Alafair Burke joined Michael Koryta for a panel discussion about the creative process. Photo by Nick Doll.

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Laughter in the crowd. Photo by Nick Doll.

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Elizabeth George and Sara Gran. Photo by Nick Doll.

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Otto Penzler and Thomas H. Cook at a book signing in the San Carlos Institute. Photo by Nick Doll.

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Lewis Weinstein poses a question to Elizabeth George from the audience. Photo by Nick Doll.

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Laughter on the dark side. Photo by Nick Doll.

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Lyndsay Faye, Sara Gran, Elizabeth George, and Gabriel Lehrer at the opening night party at the John James Audubon House.

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