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Celeste De Blasis discusses her book, “A Season of Swans.” She begins by explaining that this book is the last installment of a trilogy she wrote. She describes how her book takes place in both California and Maryland. She talks about the elements of mental instability that can run between family members. De Blasis discusses how she did research for her book, and that she used personal papers from early horse breeders in the 1860s. She ends the interview by talking about how many people in the past used racehorses for smuggling.