Author M. T. Anderson Interviewed by NPR as Part of "Visionaries" Series
Boston's NPR station WBUR is presenting an ongoing series of interviews titled "Visionaries," in which they profile creative leaders in the sciences, business, and the arts. Yesterday's show featured M. T. Anderson, author of Feed, The Astonishing Life of Octavian Nothing, The Norumbegan Quartet Series, and other books for young readers and teens. Anderson is the 2006 winner of the National Book Award.
To read the transcript or listen to the podcast, click here.
Anderson is a board member of the NCBLA and a contributor to the NCBLA's art and literature anthology Our White House: Looking In, Looking Out and the progressive story game The Exquisite Corpse Adventure.
To read more about Anderson and his books, visit his website.