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Rosanne Cash Discusses Writing Music and Prose.

Rosanne Cash. The singer/lyricist has released nine albums. In 1985 she won a Grammy for "I don't Know Why You Don't Want Me." Cash is the daughter of Johnny Cash. She currently has a new album, "Ten-Song Demo" (Capitol Records) and her first work of fiction: "Bodies of Water" (Hyperion) a collection of nine short stories. One reviewer writes, "her talent as a lyricist translates beautifully into short fiction."


Other segments from the episode on March 26, 1996

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, March 26, 1996: Interview with Rosanne Cash; Review of Alan Isler's book "Kraven Images"; Interview with Noah Adams; Review of the television show "The 68th Academy Awards…


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