Saturday, May 30, 2009

Book Talk Podcast - Virginia DeBerry and Donna Grant



Susan Gray talks to former models and magazine editors Virginia DeBerry and Donna Grant about their most recent novel What Doesn't Kill You. Download the podcast today!

Book Talk Podcast - Carol Higgins Clark



Stephen Usery interviews Carol Higgins Clark about her novel Cursed, the twelfth installment in her popular Reagan Reilly mystery series. Check back in a few weeks, and we will have a video version of the interview available for viewing!

Saturday, May 23, 2009

Book Talk Podcast - Kevin Wilson


Stephen Usery talks to Kevin Wilson about his debut collection of short stories, Tunneling to the Center of the Earth.

You can download the podcast here, which has seven extra minutes of conversation not available on the video:


Or watch here:

Book Talk Video - Kevin Wilson from stephen usery on Vimeo.

Book Talk Podcast - Mary Higgins Clark


Stephen Usery interviews the Queen of Suspense, Mary Higgins Clark about her newest number one NY Times Bestselling thriller, Just Take My Heart.

You can download the podcast here:


Or watch the video version produced by our sister station WYPL-TV:

WYPL Book Talk - Mary Higgins Clark from stephen usery on Vimeo.

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Book Talk Podcast - David Beckwith


Carolyn Gibson talks to David Beckwith about his memoir A New Day in the Delta: Inventing School Desegregation as You Go.

Book Talk Podcast - Ace Atkins


Stephen Usery interviews Ace Atkins about his historical crime novel, The Devil's Garden, which looks at the Fatty Arbuckle scandal which in reality was investigated by Dashiell Hammett before he became a writer.

Saturday, May 9, 2009

Book Talk Podcast - Susan Rebecca White


Linda Lloyd talks to Susan Rebecca White about her debut novel, Bound South which is set in the elite social circles of Atlanta, Georgia.

Book Talk Podcast - Joseph Boyden


Stephen Usery interviews Joseph Boyden about his award-winning novel Through Black Spruce. Through Black Spruce won the 2008 Giller prize, one of the most prestigious literary awards in his native Canada.

Saturday, May 2, 2009