Interviews for Joanna Clapps Herman

 

November 13, 2014
Writer, with Kids:
Joanna Clapps Herman

Part of a series about what it is to be a parent and a working writer.
Cari Luna
November 5, 2014
Aboriginal Love
A review by J.T. Price
The Brooklyn Rail
July 2014
Blogger Book Reviews
In July, No Longer and Not Yet was reviewed by bloggers who are part of TLC Book Tours. The organization was founded by bloggers Trish Collins and Lisa Munley.
TLC Book Tours
July 8, 2014
Stories in the City
Art imitated life for Joanna Clapps Herman when she used her Upper West Side neighborhood as the setting for her novel No Longer and Not Yet.
New York Press
June 3, 2014
Evocative UWS Stories
From an Author Who's Lived Them

Not all of Joanna Clapps Herman’s fiction is set on the Upper West Side — as in the author’s real-life journey, there have been detours to other parts of the city and the world — but for the most part, the settings and the sensibility of the stories in No Longer and Not Yet, will be familiar to local readers.
West Side Rag
March 20, 2014
Review of "No Longer Not Yet,"
by Joanna Clapps Herman

No Longer and Not Yet, by Joanna Clapps Herman, offers a collection of short stories about the city is at its best: a human place, teeming with unique souls that somehow, serendipitously, come together in community, spin apart, find one another again.
The Rockland County Times
March 2014
Column: No Longer and Not Yet
If you’ve never been to a book reading, I highly recommend you go to this one. And if you enjoy book readings, you will not be disappointed.
The Harrison Review
March 2014
A Book Launch
with Manhattanville College
Professor Joanna Clapps Herman

Joanna Clapps Herman's new collection has been recognized for its intricacies and elegance since its release in January.
Manhattanville College
November 2011
Her Fab Quotient
Fab Over Fifty Profiles
faboverfifty.com
October 2011
Family Writing Workshop
Fra Noi
October 16, 2011
Joanna Clapps:
dalla Basilicata alla NY anni ’60

America Oggi
October 13, 2011
Interview with Joanna Clapps Herman
New York author and teacher Joanna Clapps Herman joins Binnie in the studio to talk about her new book The Anarchist Bastard: Growing Up Italian in America (SUNY Press). Author, editor, and musician Brian Francis Slattery, who wrote about Herman's book for The New Advocate, participates in the interview.
WPKN-FM
Bridgeport, Conn.
September 30, 2011
Growing Up Italian in America: Old-World Author Charms Tuckahoe Crowd
An evening of Old-World charm in Tuckahoe with author and professor Joanna Clapps Herman, Italian-American style.
Bronxville-Eastchester Patch
Bronxville, N.Y.
August 2011
Book event in Italy
Montescaglioso with Dorothy Zinn
June 16, 2011
The Anarchist Bastard
Joanna Herman, who grew up on a pig farm in Connecticut and is fond of saying, "I was born in 1944 but raised in the twelfth century," gives a salute to Italian patriarchy in this twist on Fathers' Day.
Here on Earth
Wisconsin Public Radio
From New York,
with the Basilicata in the heart

www.suditaliavideo.it
Summer 2011
The Anarchist Bastard:
Growing Up Italian in America

Italian American Digest
June 19, 2011
The Anarchist Bastard
~ Growing Up Italian in America

CiaoAmerica.net
May 26, 2011
The Anarchist Bastard:
Growing Up Italian in America

San Francisco Book Review
Spring 2011
Review of Joanna Clapps Herman’s memoir, THE ANARCHIST BASTARD, GROWING UP ITALIAN IN AMERICA (SUNY Press)
Fiele Festa
Spring 2011
The Anarchist Bastard: And Other Tales
of Growing Up Italian in America

The Connecticut Muse
April 13, 2011
Aboriginal Family
What happened when an Anarchist Bastard raised a tribe of Italian Americans in the WASP-y Land of Steady Habits
New Haven Advocate
New Haven, Conn.
April 5, 2011
A Rich Life
Waterbury native's memoir:
Growing up Italian-American
Republican-American
Waterbury, Conn.
April 1, 2011
The Anarchist Bastard:
And Other Tales of Italian American Life

Rockland County Times
Nanuet, N.Y.
April 1, 2011
The Anarchist Bastard:
And Other Tales of Italian American Life

goodreads.com
March 17, 2011
Radio interview with Larry Rifkin
WATR-AM
Talk of the Town
Waterbury, Conn.