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Topic - Charles Frazier
Novelist Charles Frazier clearly agrees with Robert Frost's description of woods as "lovely, dark and deep," especially the dark and deep part.
Growing up deep in the mountains of western North Carolina in the 1950s and '60s, a young Charles Frazier couldn't wait for the sun to go down.
"Cold Mountain" novelist Charles Frazier is releasing a new book.
"It always helps me connect with characters, to think about what music they respond to," Mr. Frazier said.
"[I've got] these few little flickers of ideas," Mr. Frazier said. "I've lived out West some. ... I've always liked the High Plains areas - eastern Colorado, eastern Wyoming, western Nebraska. Can that factor into maybe half of this next book? I'll tinker around with that for a couple or three months and see if it's something worth spending three years on."