PN 138 - Salman Rushdie - 'Luka and the Fire of Life'

At the Miami Book Fair, I sat down with Salman Rushdie to talk about his new novel, Luka and the Fire of Life, a sequel of sort to 1990's Haroun and the Sea of Stories. Sir Salman (he was knighted in 2007) offered his opinions on the importance of imagination and storytelling, as well as his views on music (Frank Zappa and U2 in particular), writing, and, of course, which style of cricket is best. The full PN Unscripted podcast will be posted next week on iTunes and Feedburner, but in the meantime you can listen to today's Passing Notes feature at 11:05 am on 88.9 FM in Miami (online at wdna.org) or follow the links below.

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BONUS - Book TV's coverage of Rushdie's session at the Miami Book Fair

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