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Alan Rifkin discusses his book, “Signal Hill.” He begins by describing how living on the outskirts of Los Angeles inspired his stories. He talks about children of divorced families and the psychological trauma that they can grow up with. He discusses the themes of several stories in his book. Martinson asks Rifkin to read an excerpt from “Signal Hill.” He ends the interview by describing the current novel he is working on, and talks about taking writing classes.