Artists and writers from Edgar Allan Poe to Stephen King have long turned to pandemics as a source of creative inspiration. In this episode of “Ground Game,” AP book and publishing reporter Hillel Italie explains why plagues prove such fertile ground for the artist’s imagination.
Hillel Italie, Publishing Editor at the Associated Press, discusses the content and release of Woody Allen’s autobiography, ‘Apropos of Nothing.’ (March 23)
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