Rabid Reader: Joe Eszterhas, 'Hollywood Animal'

Joe Eszterhas

Joe Eszterhas in NPR's Los Angeles-area studios. Alicia Montgomery, NPR News hide caption

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NPR's Karen Grigsby Bates, doing double duty as Day to Day literary editor, speaks with notorious Hollywood screenwriter Joe Eszterhas about his new memoir Hollywood Animal, a tell-all chronicle of his career in the film industry.

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