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Leslie Epstein, director of Boston University’s creative writing program, talks about the bygone world of his childhood. He grew up in Los Angeles, where his father and uncle were the writing team behind some of Hollywood’s greatest films, including Casablanca. His new novel is based on his family.
- Leslie Epstein Author, "San Remo Drive" (Handsel Books); and, director, Boston University's creative writing program
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