Originally aired November 15, 2022.
Liz kicks off the show interviewing Paul Metsa, author of Alphabet Jazz.
After the break, MollieRae sits down with local artist Samuel Robertson to discuss his new illustrated Bible.
Originally aired November 8, 2022.
Liz kicks off the show interviewing Robert Crais, author of the Elvis Cole and Joe Pike novels.
After the break, MollieRae welcomes Nate Hoyle, author of A Message from the Gallery of Excavated Heads
Originally aired November 1, 2022.
Michael Oren joins Liz at the top of the show to discuss his new novel, Swann’s War
, which finds a woman taking over her husband’s role in law enforcement when he is away in World War II.
After the break, Josh welcomes Alan Miller, whose new novel Holding Court
sees a supreme court justice kidnapped, leading to broader chaos.
Originally aired September 27, 2022.
Josh kicks off the show with Carol Dines and her newest book for young readers, The Take-Over Friend,
which covers themes of guilt, jealousy, and possessiveness in friendship.
After the break, Liz speaks with Christine Wells, author of One Woman’s War,
a novelization of the life of the real-life woman who provided the inspiration for Miss Moneypenny in the James Bond saga.
Originally aired September 6, 2022.
Liz welcomes Elizabeth Jarrett Andrew
onto the show to discuss her memoir Swinging on the Garden Gate
, which discusses her experiences as a bisexual person of faith in a Christian community.
Originally aired August 30, 2022.
At the top of the episode, Dave is joined by Gordon Henry to discuss Spirit Matters: White Clay, Red Exits, Distant Others, Henry’s new poetry collection.
After the break, Liz welcomes former WO!R host Kristin F Johnson on-air to discuss Johnson’s new middle-grade book, Fearless.
Originally aired August 23, 2022.
Josh welcomes Sabine Hossenfelder
on-air for the first half of the show to discuss her book Existential Physics: A Scientist’s Guide to Life’s Biggest Questions.
After the break, we return to a legacy episode hosted by Liz.
Originally aired July 19, 2022.
Bob Dylan is a much-admired, Pulitzer-winning American musician, but who was he to his mentors, friends, collaborators, and exes? Annie and Liz take the whole hour to dig into this by interviewing Stephanie Trudeau, editor of The Dylan Tapes.
This book compiles and selects from 30 hours of interviews done by the late Anthony Scaduto to give a thoughtful, varied, and broad look at the man behind the legend.