Synopsis: Charlie Lovett’s The Lost Book of the Grail is a story about Arthurian legend, the Holy Grail, medieval architecture and manuscripts, and questions of faith. Lovett talks about all of this, as well as his drafting process, how he’s able to keep track of hundreds of years worth of research, and his constant battle […]Listen Now "S3E12 – Charlie Lovett, THE LOST BOOK OF THE GRAIL"
Synopsis: Claire Fuller discusses her new novel, Swimming Lessons, and the dysfunctional family dynamics within. She also talks about the societal pressures of child-rearing, sisterly relationships, how her writing group helped shape her novel, her love of the editing process, and what it was like to write her first novel after turning 40. This episode […]Listen Now "S3E11 – Claire Fuller, SWIMMING LESSONS"
Synopsis: Chris Holm, the author of The Collector Trilogy and The Killing Kind discusses his latest Michael Hendricks novel, Red Right Hand. He also talks about the allure of the anti-hero, the perils of drafting (and his love of the editing process), and what makes a good hero/villain relationship. Thriller readers will love to hear […]Listen Now "S3E10 – Chris Holm, RED RIGHT HAND"
Synopsis: Writer and productivity sage Jocelyn K. Glei discusses her new book on proper email etiquette and maintenance, Unsubscribe. She also talks about how our obsession with “Inbox Zero” needs to change, our infatuation with productivity and self-help manuals, and how our professional lives changed once the iPhone hit the scene 10 years ago. This […]Listen Now "S3E9 – Jocelyn K. Glei, UNSUBSCRIBE"
Synopsis: David Sax, a regular contributor to The New Yorker and Bloomberg Businessweek, discusses his new book, The Revenge of Analog: Real Things and Why They Matter. David talks about the growing industries surrounding analog goods like vinyl and notebooks, as well as how retail is rebounding against the Amazon Goliath, how tech is failing […]Listen Now "S3E8 – David Sax, THE REVENGE OF ANALOG"