Margaret Atwood on Science Fiction, Dystopias, and Intestinal Parasites

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  3. Midnight in Karachi Episode 57: Margaret Atwood | Tor.com

    Welcome back to Midnight in Karachi, a weekly podcast about writers, publishers, editors, illustrators, their books and the worlds they create, hosted by Mahvesh Murad.

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    http://www.tor.com/2016/08/04/midnight-in-karachi-episode-57-margaret-atwood/

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  4. Margaret Atwood and Michael Cunningham | Key West Literary Seminar

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