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November 18, 2013 at 2:25 PM

Recalling Doris Lessing in Seattle

When Seattle Times arts writer Michael Upchurch heard of the recent death of Nobel laureate Doris Lessing, he pulled out of his files a 1992 interview he undertook with her when she was visiting Seattle to speak at Seattle Arts & Lectures. He remembered the influential author as one of the more interesting people he has had the pleasure to meet.

The interview took place at the Sorrento Hotel. Read it here.

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