Liz Olds talks with Aaron Philip Clark about his noir mystery, featuring an ex-cop private eye in Los Angeles.
Originally aired June 13, 2023.
Liz opens the show with Nilima Rao, author of debut mystery A Disappearance in Fiji.
After the break, Annie and William Brewer discuss his sharp and compassionate new novel, The Red Arrow.
Originally aired January 24, 2023.
Liz opens the show with Neal Wooten and his newest book, Devil’s Help — a tale of Deep South family, secrets, and severe mental illness.
After the break, MollieRae and Wayne Johnson discuss Johnson’s Jennie’s Boy, a narration of his true unconventional childhood in Newfoundland.
Originally aired January 17, 2022.
Liz and Carolyn Hays open the show discussing A Girlhood, Hays’s ode to her transgender daughter.
After the break, the team revisits an interview with Michael Bazzett from the release of his translation of the Popol Vuh.
Originally aired December 20, 2022.
Liz welcomes radio legend Richard Barone for tales of Greenwich Village in the 1960s as told in his new book, Music + Revolution.
Originally aired December 13, 2022.
Liz kicks off the show with renowned radio host Mark Thompson and his new memoir, Don’t Bump the Record, Kid.
After the break, Dave is joined by poet-musician Ruby Blu, author of the sun + the moon + the truth.
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 book, The Illustrated Old Testament.
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 Hoil, author of A Message from the Gallery of Excavated Heads.