Sep 30, 2022
Sally Koslow joins Carol Fitzgerald to talk about her latest novel, THE REAL MRS. TOBIAS, which explores three generations of a family living in New York City. They are three very different women, and their interactions with each other make for strong storytelling. Aside from their own stories, they are contending with the possible backlash of a traffic incident that the grandson, son and husband drove away from without exploring its consequences.
Sally and Carol met decades ago when they both worked at Mademoiselle magazine. They talk about Sally's career as a novelist and nonfiction writer since then, as well as reminisce about what magazines used to be.
Books mentioned in this interview: THE REAL MRS. TOBIAS by Sally Koslow: https://www.bookreporter.com/reviews/...
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