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Daniel Woodrell

Fiction

Interviewed by: Mark Luce

Catalog Number: 20000105, 19981125

Dubbed as a writer of “country noir,” Daniel Woodrell talks with Mark Luce about the shift in his writing after his return to his small, hometown in Missouri, and how it’s reflected in his sixth novel, Tomato Red. He also discusses the making of his earlier novel into the movie, Ride with the Devil, and his experience working with director, Ang Lee.

| Subject Matter: Missouri, Country Noir, Ozarks | Interview Year: 1998 | Genre: Fiction |

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