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January 23, 2011
Christopher Hitchens
Author & Journalist
Q&A Podcasts
Christopher Hitchens BIO:
·Columnist, Vanity Fair
·Contributing Editor, The Atlantic

·World Affairs
·The Nation
·Free Inquiry

·Arguably: Selected Essays (2011)
·Hitch-22: A Memoir (2010)
·Is Christianity Good for the World?-A Debate (2008)
·Christopher Hitchens and his Critics (2008)
·God is Not Great (2007)
·The Portable Athiest (2007)
·Thomas Jefferson (2005)
·Love, Poverty, and War (2004)
·Letters to a Young Contrarian (2001)
·The Trial of Henry Kissinger (2001)
·Unacknowledged Legislation (2000)
·The Missionary Position (1995)
·Blaiming the Victims (contributor, 1988)
·Imperial Spoils (1987)

·Born April 13, 1949 in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
·Education at Balliol College, Oxford
·Married to Eleni Meleagrou from 1981-1989
·Married to Carol Blue since 1989
·Three Children, Alexander, Sophia, Antonia
·Writer Peter Hitchens is his brother

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Info: Our guest is Christopher Hitchens. Mr. Hitchens is the a author of over a dozen books including his recent memoir, “Hitch-22.” Other titles include, “God Is Not Great,” “The Trial of Henry Kissinger,” “The Missionary Position: Mother Teresa in Theory and Practice,” and “Thomas Jefferson: Author of America.” He is currently a contributing editor for The Atlantic magazine and a columnist for Vanity Fair magazine, where he has been writing articles about his diagnosis last summer of stage four esophageal cancer. Christopher Hitchens discusses his cancer in this Q&A interview and his wish to continue writing about it as well as advocating more attention to cancer treatments currently in advanced experimental stages.

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