Wolfgang Parker, author of the Crime Cats mystery series Missing (Volume 1) and The Dusenbury Curse (Volume 2), talks about the books and the inspiration to write a series set in Clintonville, Ohio. For the “backstory” to this interview see below.
Category - Interviews
Via Book Page (I am reading The Happiest People in the World at the moment so if you wonder why all the Brock Clarke links …)
In the second part of our conversation Olen Steinhauer and I discuss the life of an expatriate and its impact on your perspective toward your own and other cultures, the future of publishing, and his plans for the future, among other things.
A conversation with Olen Steinhauer in which we discuss his latest book, the risk of bringing current events into a novel, the magic of fiction, his approach to writing, plot and character development, and more.
In the second part of my conversation with Joseph Bottum about his book An Anxious Age we focus on the future. If Bottum's description of American history is right and his understanding of where we are and why is on target, what now?
Part one of a conversation with Joseph Bottum, author of An Anxious Age: The Post-Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of America, about American Religious History and its impact today on our culture, politics and public life.
Another fascinating episode of Between the Covers. I am hoping to post both a review of An Anxious Age and an interview with the author myself in the not too distant future.
John J. Miller talks with Bernard Cornwell about his latest Saxon Tales saga, The Pagan Lord
One of my favorite authors, Olen Steinhauer, has a book coming out in 2014, The Cairo Affair, and I can’t wait to get my hands on it. In the mean time, listen to Olen discuss where he gets ideas, the challenges of writing and what he would do if he wasn’t an author.