(First airdate: January 4, 2017) Cris Wilson talks with two of the Interfaith Amigos: Rabbi Ted Falcon and Iman Jamal Raman.
(First airdate: November 30, 2016) Cris Wilson talks with author and speaker Michael Meade about youth, elders, and wisdom.
(first airdate: November 2, 2016) Cris Wilson talks with Cynthia Trenshaw about poetry and street-level outreach of a very different style.
(First airdate: October 5, 2016) Cris Wilson interviews Port Townsend’s own Kaci Cronkhite, author of “Finding Pax: The Unexpected Journey of a Little Wooden Boat.”
(First airdate: September 7, 2016) Cris Wilson talks about sailing, swisher, R2K, and writing with Jim Lynch, author of Before the Wind, a book all about sailing.
(First airdate: August 10, 2016) Cris Wilson talks with Geoff Lawson, directory of the Bushwick Book Club. Where you read the book and write a song. The conversation is the performance.
(first airdate: August 3, 2016) Cris Wilson interviews Daniel Winkler, an ecologist author who travels the world helping others discover the delight of mushroom hunting. From truffles to cordyceps and everything in between!
(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.”
(first airdate: April 6, 2016) Cris Wilson interviews Rebecca Makkai, author of The Borrower, and Music for Wartime (short stories).
(first airdate: March 16, 2016) Host Cris Wilson talks with Dr. Charles R. Johnson, author of the widely read and respected Middle Passage (25th anniversary edition), Soulcatcher (short stories), his series for young people, and his writing on Buddhism. He is a longtime faculty member at UW, and a MacArthur Fellow.
(airdate: February 24, 2016) Host Cris Wilson talks to Port Townsend author Julie Christine Johnson about her new book In Another Life.
(Airdate: Jan 13, 2016) Host Chris Wilson talks to C. Nielson Taylor, author of Being Human, a young adult novel of a child raised by animals in the forest.
Cris Wilson interviews Richard Jesse Watson, a locally based, and internationally respected artist, illustrator and author. Much of his imagery is based on local characters in Port Townsend, with a fanciful twist.
Cris Wilson interviews Barbara Sjoholm, Port Townsend based biographer, travel writer, and translator: author of The Pirate Queen: In Search of Grace O’Malley, and With the Lapps in the High Mountains.
Cris Wilson interviews John Marzluff, University of Washington professor and author of Gifts of the Crow on bird behavior.
Cris Wilson interviews author Jess Walter about his newest book We Live in Water.
Cris Wilson interviews Marianne Leone Cooper, author of Jesse: A Mothers’ Story. Cooper’s son Jesse was born with Cerebral Palsy. The book follows his life, the family’s life striving to get the services and respect he deserved, and the overall condition of special-needs people in our society. Marianne Leone Cooper will be at the PT Film Festival, Sept 25-27, and will present the film “My Left Foot.”