|Nebraska Center for Writers|
of Allan Vorda
Face to Face: Interviews with Contemporary Novelists, Rice University Press, 1993(distributed by Texas A&M Press). (Interviews include Ron Hansen, Robert Stone, Kazuo Ishiguro, Jamaica Kincaid, Max Apple, Marilynne Robinson, Cristina Garcia, Greg Bear, and Hubert Selby.
Psychedelic Psounds: Interviews from A to Z with ‘60s Psychedelic and
Garage Bands, Borderline Productions, UK, 1994
(Interviews include Ted Nugent & the
Amboy Dukes, Big Brother & the Holding Company, Arhtur Brown,
Bubble Puppy, Buckinghams, Coachmen, Fever Tree, Josefus, Kingsmen,
Love, ? and the Mysterians, Seeds, Small Faces, 13th Floor Elevators,
Turtles, Vanilla Fudge, and Zephyr)
NOTE: Coachmen were from Lincoln-Omaha area in mid-‘60s and had a hit
single with “Mr. Moon.” Original interview published in DISCoveries
magazine and later in (excerpt format) Omaha World-Herald.
“Variations on a Theme by Kenneth Koch on a theme by William
Carlos Williams” and “I Quit,” Grain of Sand (University of Nebraska Omaha, 1973 and
“Sad Memory,” North Dakota Quarterly
“Zero Certainty,” Aethlon: Journal of Sport Literature (fictionalized account of death of David Bremser, son of Lyell Bremser, the late Cornhusker announcer for KFAB known as “Mr. Football” in Nebraska)
“Crossing the South China Sea,” Calyx
“Fact vs. Fiction: A Look at Dizzy Dean and John Barth,” Aethlon: Journal of Sport Literature, Spring 1988
Interview with Ron Hansen, Sonora Review, Spring 1987.
Review of Ron Hansen’s Mariette in Ecstasy, The Bloomsbury Review
Review of Ron Hansen’s Atticus, Houston Chronicle
Interviews with Kazuo Ishiguro, Jamaica Kincaid, and Robert Stone, special publication of Mississippi Review
Interview with Max Apple, Michigan Quarterly Review (reprinted in New Letters
Interviews with novelists have appeared in Michigan Quarterly Review, Literary Review, Sonora Review, New Letters, Extrapolation, and Mississippi Review
Dozens of interviews published in DISCoveries, Relix, and
Cum Notis Variorum (University of California Berkeley).
Interview with Max Apple, Writers and Their Craft, Wayne State
Nominee, Pushcart Prize (for "Sad Memory")
Winner, Best Short Fiction, Houston Cultural Arts Council, 1993 ($4,000
prize for "Sad Memory")