Due to rights issues, the audio of this interview is not available online. Please contact San Diego State University, Special Collections and Archives if you wish to be granted access to the original audio. Larry McCaffery interviews Raymond Federman in Rancho Bernardo in a recording that fades in and out. Federman discusses his use of manifestos including what he feels a manifesto is: a statement that “demands extravagant self-assurance”. They discuss the aesthetics of printed words on a page. Federman explains how he uses a computer to recreate the typography of his novel Amer Eldorado. They discuss whether Federman’s work will still be read fifty years in the future.