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In this conversation with PW international editor Ed Nawotka, children’s author and screenwriter Maria Dadouch discusses her book “The Mystery of the Glass Ball,” the impact the Sheik Zayed Book Award has had on her career, the differing traditions between Arabic children’s literature and that of Europe and North America, her recommendations for th…
 
PW LitCast speaks with Jessica Walliser, Editorial Director of Quarto's imprint, Cool Springs Press, and author of one of the press's many new gardening titles, 'Attracting Beneficial Bugs to Your Garden: A Natural Approach to Pest Control,' about her own book, and several others providing accessible and innovative approaches to gardening. (Sponsor…
 
PW LitCast speaks with 'New York Times' bestselling author Patti Callahan about her seven-part original podcast that explores the improbable and beautiful love story between C.S. Lewis and Joy Davidman. Stay tuned at the end of the episode for a brief except of the podcast featuring Douglas Gresham, and find more info about 'Becoming Mrs. Lewis' he…
 
PW LitCast speaks with author and scientist Marie Veronique Nadeau about her book 'The Acne Answer: A Step By Step Guide To Clear Healthy Skin, Frpm Scientific Origins To Natural, Easy, Effective Solutions,' which uses recent scientific discoveries to develop effective treatments for a variety of skin disorders.…
 
PW's LitCast caught up with Gwen Carr, the author of 'This Stop's Today: Eric Garner's Mother Seeks Justice After Losing her Son,' to talk about grief, her role as an activist, and the ongoing fight for equality. "I didn't know if I could make a real difference, but I did know that I could try," she writes.…
 
Author Parker J. Palmer spoke to PW's LitCast about his new book, ‘On the Brink of Everything,’ sharing an important message about aging. “Elders seem to get more fearful as they get older, or there are those who believe — with me — that old is just another word for nothing left to lose, so get out there and take some risks for the common good.” he…
 
This week on PW LitCast, Senior editor Calvin Reid talks with Emory University professor George Yancey, author of ‘Backlash: What Happens When We Talk Honestly About Racism In America,’ published this month by Rowman & Littlefield. Prof. Yancey responds to the flood of vicious racist slurs generated by his 2015 NYT op-ed piece on white privilege an…
 
PW LitCast speaks with UK author Jane Isaac about The Lies Within, published by Legend Press. Her third psychological thriller starring DI Will Jackman, Isaac has conjured a story in which a woman is drawn into the investigation of the murder of her own daughter, an event that has unforeseen consequences on her family and the village in which she l…
 
PW LitCast speaks with author Detective Lt. Joe Kenda about his new book, I Will Find You (CenterStreet). Listen in as we discuss what makes for a great homicide detective, the only three motivations for murder, how police investigations in fiction differ from those in real life, how interrogations are more art than science, why serial killers are …
 
PW LitCast speaks with author Kate Moore about her new book, The Radium Girls (SourceBooks). Listen in as we discuss the historical research that went into writing the story, the role that the radium companies had in covering up the toxic poisoning, and how such instance of corporate malfeasance are still a massive problem.…
 
In this two volume set, Some Fun Tonight!, Chuck Gunderson highlights the Beatles first U.S. concert tours from 1964 to 1966. Gunderson gives readers a city-by-city synopsis of the Beatles' activities as they traveled the United States and Canada for their groundbreaking series of concerts.
 
PW LitCast speaks with author Meg Little Reilly about her debut novel, We Are Unprepared (Harlequin MIRA). Tune in for insights into how this former Obama administration staffer envisions her novel contributing to national conversations about climate change and how she attempts to instill an appreciation for nature in her own children.…
 
PW LitCast speaks with Josi S. Kilpack, author of Forever and Forever, about how she turned the legendary seven-year courtship of Henry Longfellow and Fanny Appleton into a tender historical romance novel. We discuss research, making historical characters appealing to modern readers, and much more.
 
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