Many of the famous interviews from The Paris Review are available for reading online. They're organized by decade and accessible with a mere click.
Here's an excerpt from an interview with Louise Erdrich. Erdrich is talking about the appearances abandoned children in her.
When I had to go on my first book tour—those are the lowest points in my life, the times just before a book tour, when I have to leave my children—I was sitting on a plane next to a psychiatrist. I said to her, “I’ve just written this book and it has another abandoned child in it. Another loveless person abandons another child in the beginning. What is it about abandonment?” This psychiatrist, who had a deep, scratchy voice, said, “My dear, we are all abandoned.”