Courtesy of the radio program Open Source, we get an intriguing and wideranging interview with Philip
Roth, where he talks candidly about his latest and 27th novel Everyman, a work that takes an existentially anguishing look at the end of life. We also get Roth reading from other past novels, talking about the day-to-day practice of writing, and offering thoughts on the current state of American politics. You can catch the interview in one of three ways: iTunes, Rss feed, mp3 stream.
For other interviews with prominent thinkers, see our page called Smart Talks — Leading Thinkers in Multi-Media.