Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Jackie interviews ... seems interesting

Interviews with Jackie Kennedy will finally be released.
According to reports by the Associated Press, the interviews were done in 1964, months after President Kennedy had been assassinated.
They were conducted by historian and family friend Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.
Jackie reportedly discussed her marriage and her White House years, among many other topics. They had been kept sealed, at Jackie's request, according to the AP, for an indefinite time.
Now daughter Caroline Kennedy is allowing the conversations to be released.
Reportedly, the transcripts will be released by Hyperion in September 2011.
With that, we'll actually get to hear Jackie's voice once more ... something to look forward to by anyone who remembers that brief shining moment that was known as Camelot...
For the book, Caroline Kennedy will edit and write the introduction.
As for me, I'm looking forward to all of this.

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