Wally Lamb’s first two novels, She’s Come Undone (Simon & Schuster/Pocket, 1992) and I Know This Much Is True (HarperCollins/ReganBooks, 1998), were # 1 New York Times bestsellers, New York Times Notable Books of the Year, and featured titles of Oprah’s Book Club. I Know This Much Is True was a Book of the Month Club main selection and the June 1999 featured selection of the Bertelsman Book Club, the national book club of Germany. Between them, She’s Come Undone and I Know This Much Is True have been translated into eighteen languages. His latest novel is The Hour I First Believed. Lamb is also the editor of the nonfiction anthologies Couldn’t Keep It to Myself: Testimonies from Our Imprisoned Sisters (HarperCollins/ReganBooks, 2003) and I’ll Fly Away (HarperCollins, 2007), collections of autobiographical essays which evolved from a writing workshop Lamb facilitates at Connecticut’s York Correctional Institute, a maximum-security prison for women. He has served as a Connecticut Department of Corrections volunteer from 1999 to the present...  Wally Lamb Home Page
Aircheck, KPFA Broadcast, aired August 27, 1998
Recorded during the book tour for I Know This Much Is True, mp3 file
Aircheck, KPFA Broadcast, aired December 18, 2008
Recorded during the book tour for The Hour I First Believed
in streaming audio and downloadable formats
41-minute Extended Web Edit
Extended edit of program aired Dec. 18, 2008, mp3 file
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Concerning The Hour I First Believed
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RICHARD WOLINSKY hosts "Bookwaves" on "Cover to Cover" heard every Thursday at 3:00 pm on KPFA-FM in Berkeley (www.kpfa.org) and in syndication on the Pacifica Network..
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