Peter also has available interesting
Wayne Kramer, legendary lead guitar with the MC5, the 60s band that set the pace for modern rock. Exclusive photographs of the MC5 available by Leni Sinclair.
Roger Ebert talking about film and his new book Roger Ebert's Book of Film: From Tolstoy to Tatantino, the Finest Writing from a Century of Film.
Helen Caldicott, founder of Physicians for Social Responsibility, talking about her new autobiography, Desperate Passion, including a frightening but hysterical account of her private meeting with President Reagan on subject of nuclear war.
Ellis Cose, a Newsweek editor and controversial author of Color Blind: Getting Beyond Race in a Race Obsessed Society.
Katie Roiphe, author of Last Night in Paradise: Sex and Morals at the Century's End, who says the sexual revolution of the 60s has been brought to a screeching halt with her generation's search for rules. She contends young people are "over-terrified" by AIDS and use it as an excuse for a new conservative moralism.
All interviews come with a short intro followed by a Q&A of a length of the editor's choosing up to 3,000 words. Author photos available from publisher or illustrations on request from Stephen Goodfellow.