Tuesday, August 27, 2013
Are you still hungry for more memories of Elmore Leonard, the much-honored octogenarian crime novelist who died last week? Then start up the video above. It’s the first installment of a four-part interview with the Detroit-area author, conducted by Michael Brown of Montgomery College Television. Their conversation took place in 2008 and was connected to Leonard having won that year’s F. Scott Fitzgerald Literary Award for Achievement in American Literature. If you’d like to watch all four parts of this exchange, click here.
READ MORE: “Why These 10 Books Are the Best Elmore Leonard Wrote,” by Jack Kirchhoff and Lisan Jutras (The Globe and Mail).