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Press: Interviews


Oct 2016

Audio: The Civilist with Steven Petrow: How To Talk About Depression

If someone comes to you and says, “I have depression,” the suitable response is always, “You are not alone and I will be there for you, and I will never love you or care about you less because of it.”

Oct 2016

Audio: Amanpour: Andrew Solomon on the Importance of Travel

Host Christiane Amanpour discusses British terror and the International Day of the Girl, and interviews Andrew Solomon on the importance of travel.

Oct 2016

Audio: Radio New Zealand: The Brink of Change

Andrew Solomon talks with Sunday Morning presenter Wallace Chapman about what he’s learned, traveling across seven continents over twenty-five years.

Sep 2016

Video: Andrew Solomon on his “Far & Away” audiobook

Andrew Solomon talks about his audiobook, “Far & Away: Reporting from the Brink of Change.”

Sep 2016

Video: The Charlie Rose Show: Andrew Solomon on The Noonday Demon (2001)

In this 2001 interview, Charlie Rose interviews Andrew Solomon about The Noonday Demon, which chronicles his struggle with depression.

Jul 2016

Video: Charlie Rose: Far & Away with Andrew Solomon

Charlie Rose and Andrew Solomon discuss Andrew’s new book, “Far & Away: Reporting from the Brink of Change.”

Jul 2016

Röportaj: Cocugunuzun hangi kusurunu degistirmek isterdiniz?

An interview with Andrew Solomon about the newly-published Turkish translation of “Far from the Tree: Parents, Children, and the Search for Identity.”

Jul 2016

Audio: Cincinnati Public Radio: Far & Away: Reporting from the Brink of Change

In this edition of The Book Club @ 91.7<, host Mark Perzel talks to Andrew Solomon about his lifetime of travel and international reporting.

Jun 2016

Audio/Video: Fareed Zakaria GPS: Andrew Solomon on Travel

Travel is always both a window and a mirror. Part of what you do is to discover the other place, and part of what you do is to see yourself and your own country differently.

Jun 2016

Charla con el autor del atlas de la depresión

La depresión – explica – es una batalla extenuante. Una vez que la reconoces, requiere control de por vida.