George Saunders Is ‘Quite Possibly’ Stephen’s Favorite Living Author

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Published on February 16, 2017

‘Quite possible’ friend of the show, George Saunders, proves that the only difference between a short story and a novel is the spacing between lines.

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11 comments

  • avi bank 1 year ago

    Americans don’t read!

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  • John Aavang 1 year ago

    this really is late night

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  • Oriel De Leon 1 year ago

    Great interview!

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  • Arturo Senni 1 year ago

    I’d rather hear George talk about Tolstoi than fucking Trump. Enough with it already, Stephen’s primitive, juvenile obsession about the most banal person currently on the face of the earth is unbearable. It ruins any thread of substance from all interactions that happen on this show.

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  • ocpd23 1 year ago

    Wow George Saunders on Colbert. Again apparently.

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  • Fresh beans 1 year ago

    So damn early wtf

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  • fieldo85 1 year ago

    DMT

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  • R1 1 year ago

    George has got some really interesting things to say! 🙂

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  • Stephen Ford 1 year ago

    When I see a story about LINCOLN or some other historical figure a part of me just goes “YUCK! I’ll go see what I can find in the FANTASY section!” *GRIN* But I have been a MYTHOLOGY FREAK since I learned to read… Buddhism and it’s philosophies have become my “GO TO” for trying to explain my feelings lately… this looks like it might actually get me to read a story on an ex-president! (And it might possibly get me to change my mind the next time I’m looking at these books!

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  • Simon Chowdhury 1 year ago

    The man speaks as if from my own soul. Definitely have to look into some of his works. What a great interview = )

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  • MarvinGenaro 1 year ago

    my favorite is Jesus Christ, you know, because of the Bible.

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