Saturday, January 31, 2009

Monday, January 26, 2009

Book Talk Podcast - Theresa Huttlinger Vigour

Dr. Carolyn Gibson interviews Theresa Huttlinger Vigour about her book, Mourning Sarah: A Case for Testing Group B Strep. Download the podcast today.

Book Talk Podcast - Shelia Lipsey

Susan Gray speaks to Memphis author Shelia Lipsey about her newest Christian fiction novel, My Son's Wife. Download the podcast today!

Saturday, January 17, 2009

Book Talk Podcast - Adam Shepard

Stephen Usery talks to Adam Shepard about his book Scratch Beginnings which follows him fresh out of college making a new start with only $25 and a sleeping bag in Charleston, SC.

Book Talk Podcast - Mark Grisham and David Donaldson

Stephen Usery talks to David Donaldson and Mark Grisham about their new novel, Bedlam South, which is partially set in an insane asylum outside of Richmond, VA during the closing days of the Civil War.

Saturday, January 10, 2009

Book Talk Podcast - Laren Groff

Stephen talks to Lauren Groff about her debut novel, The Monsters of Templeton, which is now available in paperback.

Book Talk Podcast - Jon Meacham

Stephen Usery interviews Chatanooga native Jon Meacham (editor of Newsweek magazine) about American Lion: Andrew Jackson in the Whitehouse. The podcast has eight extra minutes of interview goodness AND a Q&A with the audience that followed the taping. (51 minutes total)

Saturday, January 3, 2009

Book Talk Podcast - G. Lee Ramsey, Jr.

Stephen Usery talks to Memphis Theological Seminary professor, G. Lee Ramsey, Jr. about his look at the ministry as it is portrayed in Southern fiction in Preachers and Misfits, Prophets and Thieves. Almost 10 minutes of extra conversation are available in the podcast. Enjoy!

Book Talk Podcast - Ted Gioia

Stephen Usery talks to music-writer extraordinaire Ted Gioia about his look at the music that made Mississippi famous in the book, Delta Blues, which was named to the New York Times' 100 Notable Books of 2008 list. Extra material in the podcast includes looks at the FBI's investigation of the Lomax family and Muddy Waters' sojourn to Chicago.

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