De’Shawn Charles Winslow, the award-winning author of In West Mills, joins
us to talk about his new novel Decent People. Set in the same fictional
small town in North Carolina, Decent People is a murder mystery, a family
saga, and a nuanced examination of race and class.
Novelist Caroline Leavitt joins us to talk about publishing, believing in
your writing, her latest novel With or Without You, as well as
her upcoming book. Caroline is the New York Times bestselling author or
Pictures of You and nine other novels. Her writing has appeared ...
Lynn Steger Strong, author of Want, graces Between the Covers with an
interview on her new novel Flight, a poignant inquiry on social class, love,
Lily King calls Flight "arresting and powerful".
Listen in to the second of our two-part interview with poet, essayist,
novelist, Igbo priest, and humanitarian Chris Abani. We'll be talking about
Chris's latest collection of poems Smoking The Bible, an elegy to his
dear brother and an exploration of love, loss, exile, and...
On today's BTC, we talk with John Vercher, author of the novel After the
Lights Go Out from Soho Press. The book tells the tragic and suspenseful
story of an MMA fighter trying to stay on the circuit, as the brain damage
he's suffered takes its toll.
John is a contributing...
From poet, essayist, novelist, Igbo priest and humanitarian Chris Abani,
comes his latest collection of poems Smoking The Bible, an elegy to his
dear brother and an exploration of love, loss, exile and rebirth. Part 1 of
Halloween is just around the corner, so we have a double treat for you on
today's episode. Mary Helen Stefaniak is here to talk about her two new
books: The World of Pondside, a rollicking, cyber mystery set in a
retirement home, and The Six-Minute Memoir: Fifty-Five Short ...
Photojournalist Cammie Toloui joins us on Between the Covers to talk about
her photoessay book $5 For Three Minutes. The new book explores
Cammie's time as a stripper at San Francisco's Lusty Lady Theater, where
she photographed the people who paid for peep shows, revers...
On today's episode, our guest is novelist Jonathon Evison, author of the New
York Times bestsellers Lawn Boy, West of Here, and All About Lulu. We talk
with Jonathon about his new novel, Small World, an epic American tale that
The New York Times Book Rev...
On today's episode, we speak with Omar El Akkad about his novel What Strange
Paradise, recently released in paperback. Called “an instant classic” by
the New York Times, What Strange Paradise is the searing story about one
boy’s perilous journey toward safety in a desperate...