A quirky and odd tale of two women and two mysteries in Night Vale - a small town where the weird is normal - based on the podcast that chronicles the strange events that occur in the town. Expect the unexpected and hang on for the weirdest ride of a tale.
Tag - podcasts
For some odd reason I had not really listened to the Federalist Radio Hour until just recently. This despite being a huge fan of The Transom and all things Ben Domenech. But I am now tuning in on a regular basis. He has had some fascinating authors on for extended conversations and it is refreshing in today’s soundbite world. Speaking of that, I just finished listening to his conversation with Heather Hendershot, professor of film and media at MIT, and the author of the new book...
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?
John J. Miller talks with Bernard Cornwell about his latest Saxon Tales saga, The Pagan Lord
Listen to John J. Miller interview Yuval Levin, author of The Great Debate: Edmund Burke, Thomas Paine, and the Birth of Right and Left . This is a book that I really need to make time to read, sounds absolutely fascinating.
In this is the second part of an interview with Michelle Herman we continue to discuss her writing and touch on art and the unconscious, what's next for her as a writer, as well as the Kindle Single program and changes within the publishing industry.
The poet Christian Wiman is giving voice to the hunger for faith — and the challenges of faith — for people living now. After a Texas upbringing soaked in a history of violence and a charismatic Christian culture, he was agnostic until he became actively religious again in his late 30s. Then he was diagnosed with a rare form of incurable blood cancer. He's bearing witness to something new happening in himself and in the world.