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Audio Interview with Kit Williams

In this 1984 interview with Don Swaim, Kit Williams describes his childhood and remembers doing poorly at school, then leaving school to join the British navy. When life in the the navy became very mundane for him, he left the navy and adopted painting as his new trade. Eventually, he gained recognition for his art and later went on to publish several novels such as Book Without a Name, Engines of Ingenuity and Masquerade.

Listen to the Kit Williams interview with Don Swaim, June 4, 1984
(17 min. 40 sec.)

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For many years most of the best writers of the English language found their way to Don Swaim's CBS Radio studio in New York. Wired for Books is proud to webcast these interviews in RealAudio.

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