“A Woman of Intelligence” A Conversation with Karin Tanabe
Karin Tanabe’s “A Woman of Intelligence” is an exhilarating tale of post-war New York City and one remarkable woman’s journey.
First Person One on One: Alan Maimon
Alan Maimon talks about his new book “Twilight In Hazard,” exposing the challenges and sweeping changes in the troubled Appalachian region of eastern Kentucky.
At Home with Debbie Macomber
New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber talks with us from her home office in Washington about her latest novel, knitting and her Hallmark movies.
Boy Bands, BFFs and Fudge Rounds
A dog called Pat Sajak, a boy band named Boyz United and a cheating husband author Annie England Noblin misnamed Brent – join us for this candid conversation.
The Forest of Vanishing Stars, A Conversation with Kristin Harmel
A young woman uses her knowledge of the wilderness during WWII to help Jewish refugees escape the Nazis.
Bookstores and the Pandemic
With COVID forcing businesses to close their doors, bookstores had to get creative in figuring out how to do business in ways that had never been done before.
The Beauty in Breaking, A Conversation with Dr. Michele Harper
Michele Harper is a female, African American emergency room physician. The Beauty in Breaking is the true story of Harper’s journey toward self-healing.
What’s Done in Darkness, A Conversation with Laura McHugh
Abducted as a teenager, a woman must now confront her past and untangle the truth of what really happened to her.
Wine, Cheese and Good Reads: One on One with Jamie Brenner
Revisit the decade of big dramas with author Jamie Brenner as she talks about her new novel “Blush” and its trashy book club, family vineyard and powerful women
A Theater for Dreamers: A Conversation with Polly Samson
In “A Theater for Dreamers,” Polly Samson reimagines the 1960’s artists’ colony that drew Leonard Cohen, Charmian Clift and others to the Greek island of Hydra.