Saint Mary's Creative Writing Program Alumnus Joshua Braff Shares Guilty Pleasure With NPR

Novelist Josh Braff '97, a graduate of Saint Mary's MFA Program in Creative Writing, admits his admiration for writers whom literary purists aren't supposed to hold in high regard. In a featured perspective on "All Things Considered," NPR's national news program, Braff, the author of "The Unthinkable Thoughts of Jacob Green" and the recently published "Peep Show," shares his fondness for John Irving and Stephen King in the special series "My Guilty Pleasure." It offers well-known writers the opportunity to talk about the books they love but are embarrassed to be seen reading.

Listen to Joshua Braff's Guilty Pleasure on All Things Considered.