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ADDITIONAL INTERVIEWS WITH CHARLES JOHNSON l i s t e d c h r o n o l o g i c a l l y McCullough, Ken. “Writers Should Be Able to Write Everything.” Coda: Poets & Writers Magazine 35 (1988): 30–35. Elsasser, Glen. “Visible Man: As a Book Award Winner, Charles Johnson Suddenly Has ‘Cash Value.’” Chicago Tribune 2 Dec. 1990, sec. 5: 6. Newton, Edmund. “Sailing Against a Literary Tide.” Los Angeles Times 20 August 1990. n.p. Williams, Marjorie. “The Author’s Solo Passage.” Washington Post 4 Dec. 1990, sec. D: 1+. Blau, Eleanor. “Charles Johnson’s Tale of Slaving, Seafaring and Philosophizing.” New York Times 2 Jan. 1991, sec. C: 9+. Coffey, Michael. “NBA Winner to Probe Life of Martin Luther King for Atheneum.” Publishers Weekly 12 April 1991: 24–25. Peterson, V. R. “Charles Johnson.” Essence April 1991: 36. Epel, Naomi. “Charles Johnson.” Writers Dreaming. New York: Carol Southern, 1993. 119–32. 324 Howard, Margaret A. “Interview: Charles Johnson.” Nightlife 29 Jan. 1993. Mattmiller, Brian. “Recapturing the Passion.” Southern Illinoisan 2 Feb. 1993, sec. A: 1+. Terkel, Studs. Race: How Blacks and Whites Think and Feel About the American Obsession. New York: New Press, 1993. 213–18. Carroll, Rebecca, ed. Swing Low: Black Men Writing. New York: Crown, 1995. 113–27. Barton, David. “Facts of Fiction.” Sacramento Bee 5 May 1998. Rowell, Charles. “An Interview with Charles Johnson.” Callaloo 20.3 (1998): 531–47. Crouch, Stanley. “Critic, Not Cynic: Charles Johnson Talks with Stanley Crouch.” I Call Myself an Artist: Writings by and about Charles Johnson. Ed. Rudolph Byrd. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1999. 245–48. Pautler, Nedra Floyd. “He’s Officially Dr. Johnson.” University Week [Seattle, WA] 27 May 1999: 2–3 Grady, James. “Fist of Fantasy: Martial Arts & Prose Fiction— A Practictioner’s Prejudices.” Journal of Asian Martial Arts 9.4 (2000): 53–75. Trucks, Rob. “A Conversation with Charles Johnson.” TriQuarterly (Winter 2000): 537–60. Reprinted in his book The Pleasure of Influence: Conversations with American Male Fiction Writers (2002). Shoup, Barbara, and Margaret Love Denman. Novel Ideas: Contemporary Authors Share the Creative Process. New York: Alpha Books, 2001. 161–68. De la Paz, Diana. “Author Says ‘Mindfulness’ Is the Key to Writing , Living.” Tacoma News Tribune 26 Mar. 2002, sec. Entertainment. Osen, Diane. “Charles Johnson.” The Book That Changed My Life. New York: Modern Library, 2002. 32–42. Malkin, John. “‘Buddhism is the Most Radical and Civilized ADDITIONAL INTERVIEWS WITH CHARLES JOHNSON 325 Choice’: A Surprising Conversation about Being Black and Buddhist in America.” Shambhala Sun (Jan. 2004): 32+. In addition, one video interview is readily available: “Remarkable People, Charles Johnson.” Ed. / prod. Jean Walkinshaw . Voices of the West: a Western Writers Collection. Vol. 4. KCTS Television. PBS, 1996. ...