A Child's Night Dream
Mr. Stone talked about his new autobiographical novel, A Child’s Night Dream. He spoke about his fears growing up which included his parents' divorce, New York City, and succeeding in the “system". Mr. Stone said he sought solace in solitude and in writing which says "saved” him and allowed him to find his calling. Following his prepared remarks, Mrs. Schroeder and Mr. Teicher held a discussion with Mr. Stone and then took questions from the audience. close
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Patricia S. Schroeder President Association of American Publishers
Oliver Stone Filmmaker
Oren Teicher Member American Booksellers Association->Foundation for Free Expression
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