A Dick Staub conversation with Anne Rice: Segment 3. You can't judge a book by its cover goes the old adage. After years of interviewing culturally influential authors I would add, neither can you always judge the author by the book. Who knew Margaret Atwood, author of "A Handmaid's Tale," would tell me (off-the-air) of her insistence on attending Sunday School as a child, though her scientist parent's were both atheists? Who knew feminist Susan Faludi would take the time to sit in on a Promise Keepers meeting and then defend the movement to her less informed cadre of friends, having concluded, "what can be so bad about a group of men who want to be better husbands and fathers?" Who knew the real story behind Anne Rice's "Interviews With a Vampire?" You will after listening to this amazing conversation.