There is a tendency to want to praise Garrison Keillor if you're among the millions of Americans moved to dance and sing, laugh and even cry while listening to A Prairie Home Companion on the radio Saturday nights. And if you also read his Lake Wobegon books and find a piece of your own soul on those pages, you might be moved to say he's one of the best storytellers in America.
But if you want to conduct an effective interview with Keillor, you better lay off it because he has seen enough fame and adulation in his career to last a lifetime.
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