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Tag Archives: Novel

KunstlerCast #181: A Collegiate Discussion of World Made By Hand

KunstlerCast in English Class Released: Nov. 17, 2011 JHK takes questions from the students in a college English class who have just completed reading “World Made By Hand,” a post-peak oil novel. These highly intelligent questions range in topic from the role of religion, violence, and narrative strategy of Wold Made By Hand. Jim also more »

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KunstlerCast #138: A Christmas Orphan

A Big City Boy Escapes to Small-town Vermont Released: Dec. 16, 2010 James Howard Kunstler discusses and reads from his novella, A Christmas Orphan — the story of a young boy from the big city who runs away on Christmas Eve to small-town Vermont. JHK explains how this story deals with many of the issues more »

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KunstlerCast #123: The Witch of Hebron

In-Depth Interview by Peter Golden Released: Aug. 26, 2010. Journalist/Author Peter Golden interviews James Howard Kunstler about The Witch of Hebron (Atlantic Monthly Press, 2010), the second novel in Kunstler’s World Made By Hand series. Without giving away any important plot points, Golden explores the major themes in this autumn story set in a world more »

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KunstlerCast #99: Big Slide – Q & A

Is JHK Daniel? Released: Feb. 11, 2010. On today’s podcast, James Howard Kunstler answers questions from the cast members and audience after the staged reading of “Big Slide,” an original three-act play by James Howard Kunstler. An audience member asks Kunstler if his character “Tom” was meant to be an African-American. A cast member asks more »

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KunstlerCast #98: Big Slide – Act 2,3

A Staged Reading Released: Feb. 4, 2010. Link Fixed! (Stereo) On today’s podcast, we present the conclulsion of “Big Slide,” an original three-act play by James Howard Kunstler. Set in the autumn of an unspecified near-future year, at an Adirondack “great camp,” this is the story of three generations of the Freeman family who have more »

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KunstlerCast #97: Big Slide – Act 1

A Staged Reading Released: Jan. 29, 2010. (Stereo) On today’s podcast, we present the first act of “Big Slide,” an original three-act play by James Howard Kunstler. Set in the autumn of an unspecified near-future year, at an Adirondack “great camp,” this is the story of three generations of the Freeman family who have taken more »

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KunstlerCast #03: World Made By Hand

A post-oil novel Released: Feb. 28, 2008. James Howard Kunstler reads from World Made By Hand, his new novel based on the post-oil future. Published by The Atlantic Monthly Press, World Made By Hand is set in upstate New York in the not distant future. It is a fictional account of the ideas based in more »

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