(First airdate: December 6, 2017) Author Louise Marley talks with Cris Wilson about her newest book A Secret History of Witches published under the pseudonym Louisa Morgan. Louise also discusses her Benedict Hall series set in Seattle after WWI published under the name Cate Campbell. Her 20 novels, ranging from historical fiction to science fiction, all feature strong women who push against societal norms and expectations.
(First airdate: November 2017) Author and lecturer Langdon Cook talks with Booklovers’ Cafe host Cris Wilson about his newest book, Upstream: Searching for Wild Salmon From River to Table. Langdon takes us on a journey up and down the Pacific coast to meet the charismatic people whose lives are led by the fish that we all follow.
(First airdate: October 4, 2017) Cris Wilson talks with Julie Christine Johnson, award-winning author of the novels In Another Life and The Crows of Beara. You can learn more about her at juliechristinejohnson.com.
(First airdate: September 6, 2017) Cris Wilson talks with Holly J. Hughes and shares poems from her book, Beyond Forgetting : Poetry and Prose about Alzheimer’s Disease. Books and Resource information at hollyjhughes.com.
(first airdate: July 6, 2016). Cris Wilson interviews author Sam Ligon to discuss his recent novel “Among the Dead and Dreaming” and illustrated collection of short stories “Wonderland”. Sam is also Artistic Director of this year’s Port Townsend Writers Conference, from July 17 to 24.
(first airdate: June 1, 2016) Cris Wilson interviews poet Gary Lemons, the author of The Snake and Snake Second Wind. We discuss these books and more to come about Snake, the tragic-comic figure of eternity and dream, where at the end of the world it remains the repository of all Earth’s memories and shared consciousness.
(first airdate: May 7, 2016) Cris Wilson interviews Linnea Patrick and Michael Bunnell about Local History. Linnea is a life-long historian and librarian currently writing a monthly local history column for the Peninsula Daily News. Michael has written a fun treatment of the famous San Juan Islands Pig War, called “The Friendly Little War of Lyman Cutler.”
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