Stephen Kiernan on Marc Chagall’s Life in France and Experience of WWII
In Conversation with Andrew Keen on Keen On
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In this episode, Andrew talks to Stephen Kiernan, the author of The Glass Chateau, about Marc Chagall’s experience of WWII and the redemptive power of art to reconstruct a torn nation.
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Stephen P. Kiernan has won numerous awards, including the Brechner Center’s Freedom of Information Award, the Scripps Howard Award for Distinguished Service to the First Amendment, and the George Polk Award. He is the author of two previous novels, The Curiosity and The Hummingbird, and two nonfiction books. He lives in Vermont with his two sons.