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Daniel Woodrell

Fiction

Interviewed by: Whitney Terrell

Catalog Number: 20130621, 20120727

By the time director Ang Lee adapted the novel Woe to Live On into the 1998 movie Ride with the Devil, Daniel Woodrell had published five other novels and, in 2010—four years after its publication—his novel Winter’s Bone became another acclaimed film.  In this interview, recorded at the Kansas City Public Library, the Missouri-based writer discusses his work, including his 2011 collection of short stories, The Outlaw Album, with fiction writer Whitney Terrell for the Writers at Work Series.

| Subject Matter: Missouri, Ozarks | Interview Year: 2012 | Genre: Fiction |

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