To Kill a Mockingbird Interview

As I mentioned in my last blog, I spent last week preparing for a crew to come to my home and shoot a video about my thoughts on Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird.

It’s a little unnerving when you are sitting with two cameras pointed at you, but the interview for AL.com under the great direction of Jessica Sawyer Rigby and videographer extraoidinaire, Mike Brantley was so much fun. Jessica asked me a few weeks back to say a few things about To Kill a Mockingbird for one of the author video spots of the AL.com sponsered Red Clay Readers book club. Because of Jessica and Mike’s laid-back approach, I was put right at ease and the interview went off without a hitch.

(To see Mike Brantley’s fab pictures of Monroeville, AL and read Jessica’s article about the Red Clay Readers, click here.)

So here’s the video, along with Amber Sutton’s fantastic article discussing Chapters 3 and 4. If any of you would like to join in the discussion, you can sign up on the AL.com website. 

Also, check out Winston Groom’s take on the novel and and read Cheryl Wray’s article on Chapters 1 and 2. Rick Bragg will be the guest on tomorrow’s video spot.

Hope to see you there.

About Kat Kennedy

Writer poet living in Mobile, AL.
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