Monday, August 31, 2009

Book Talk Podcast - Lydia Peelle

Stephen Usery interviews Nashville resident Lydia Peelle about Reasons for and Advantages of Breathing, her first collection of award-winning short stories. Download the podcast today!

Book Talk Podcast - Robert Dalby

Linda Lloyd talks to Robert Dalby about the third installment of his series set in Second Creek, Mississippi A Piggly Wiggly Wedding.

Sunday, August 23, 2009

Book Talk Podcast - David O. Stewart

Stephen Usery interviews David O. Stewart about his book Impeached: The Trial of President Andrew Johnson and the Fight for Lincoln's Legacy. It's a fascinating look into the event that presaged the squandered hope of Reconstruction following the Civil War and Abraham Lincoln's assassination. Download the podcast today!

Saturday, August 15, 2009

Book Talk Podcast - ReShonda Tate Billingsley

Susan Gray talks to one of America's most successful inspirational fiction writers ReShonda Tate Billingsley about her new novel The Devil is a Lie.

Book Talk Podcast - Megan Abbott

Stephen Usery interviews Edgar Award winner and reigning crown princess of noir Megan Abbott about her latest look at the seamy side of the human experience, Bury Me Deep.

Saturday, August 8, 2009

Book Talk Podcast - Gin Phillips

Host Carolyn Gibson talks to Gin Phillips about her debut novel The Well and the Mine, which looks at the complicated familial and racial relationships in the coal mining area of northern Alabama in the 1930s.

Book Talk Podcast - Attica Locke

In this podcast, Stephen Usery interviews Attica Locke about her debut novel, Black Water Rising, which is set in Houston, Texas's oil boom in the early 1980s as the legacy of racism and corporate greed come to a head.

Saturday, August 1, 2009

Book Talk Podcast - Sam Haskell

Stephen Usery interviews Sam Haskell about his book, Promises I Made My Mother. It's a memoir that tracks the moral grounding Haskell's mother gave him and how it helped in his personal life and his career as the head of television for the legendary William Morris talent agency. Download the podcast today!