After a brief introduction by Larry McCaffery, William Eastlake takes questions from an undergraduate class in separate sessions. He begins with a description of the concept of revolution. Eastlake answers questions about the depiction of Native Americans in his works. Eastlake responds to questions on such disparate subjects as politics, religion and current events. Eastlake responds to a long, complex question regarding his opinion on the moon landing. In the second session, Eastlake begins by addressing the way he writes female characters. Eastlake again discusses his use of Native American characters. Eastlake concludes by discussing his time as a correspondent during the Vietnam War.