Originally aired November 9, 2021.
Dave starts off the show with in-person guest Jim Moore, who reads from his new collection, Prognosis and discusses the tumultuous and illuminating events of the past year.
After the break, Josh and master-bread-baker-and-writer Klecko discuss his new work, Lincolnland.
Originally aired October 19, 2021.
Dave starts off the show with Jessica Lind Peterson and her new collection of essays, Sound Like Trapped Thunder.
After the break, Josh and Sylvain Cypel dive into his work, The State of Israel vs. the Jews.
Originally aired October 12, 2021.
Josh opens the show talking to Harvard’s David M. Cutler about his new book, Survival of the City, which discusses the devastating impact of COVID-19 and other recent events on the modern city.
After the break, Liz welcomes Laura Davis on-air to discuss her new book, The Burning Light of Two Stars, and its conversation about rekindling a mother-daughter relationship with a volatile past.
Originally aired September 14, 2021.
Liz kicks off the show joined by Chris McKinney to discuss his gripping new neo-noir, Midnight, Water City.
After the break, David Vine and Josh dig into Vine’s The United States of War and America’s extensive history of hegemonic conflict.
Originally aired September 7, 2021.
Ian welcomes Larry Watson onto the show to discuss his new novel, Lives of Eddie Pritchard, and the new film of his book Let Him Go.
After the break, Josh welcomes astronomer and author Caleb Scharf to discuss his new book, Ascent of Information.
Originally aired August 31, 2021.
Matthew FitzSimmons joins Liz to dig into his new cloning-centric thriller, Constance.
After the break, Jess McHugh and Josh discuss Americanon and what the thirteen bestsellers discussed in the book say about America.
Originally aired August 10, 2021.
In this extra special episode, guest host and musical conductor extraordinaire Roderick Phipps-Kettlewell interviews Daniel E. Freeman about his book Mozart in Prague.
Originally aired June 8, 2021.
Liz opens the show by welcoming Jennifer Dupee and her new novel, The Little French Bridal Shop.
Next, Josh brings Francis de Véricourt to discuss his new book Framers: Advantage in an Age of Technology and Turmoil.