Remembering Tom Wolfe : Fresh Air Wolfe began experimenting with nonfiction writing techniques in the 1960s. The "new journalism" pioneer and best-selling author died Monday. He spoke with Terry Gross in 1987. Also, we listen back to a 2014 interview with author Edward St. Aubyn. His semi-autobiographical novels 'Patrick Melrose' have been adapted into a Showtime miniseries. And TV critic David Bianculli reviews the HBO movie 'Fahrenheit 451.'

Remembering Tom Wolfe

Remembering Tom Wolfe

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Wolfe began experimenting with nonfiction writing techniques in the 1960s. The "new journalism" pioneer and best-selling author died Monday. He spoke with Terry Gross in 1987. Also, we listen back to a 2014 interview with author Edward St. Aubyn. His semi-autobiographical novels 'Patrick Melrose' have been adapted into a Showtime miniseries. And TV critic David Bianculli reviews the HBO movie 'Fahrenheit 451.'