I write stuff and make podcasts (not always in that order). Host and producer of With a Side of Knowledge.
We like to try and do something special around the holidays.In 2019, we counted down our Top 5 most-played episodes of the year. But we thought we’d try something a little different for 2020.If you’re a regular listener of the show, you’ve probably figured out we like to read. A lot. So this time, we’re revisiting five of our favorite interviews we’ve done with authors in the three-and-a-half seasons of making this podcast. We call it “Happy Author Days.”This one is our conversation with Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan, aka The Fug Girls, titled “On Royal Novels and Writing Partners” and first published September 24th, 2020.We hope you enjoy it and have the chance to make time for some great reading this holiday season.LINKSHeather and Jessica’s Two Royal Novels: The Royal We and The Heir AffairOriginal Episode Transcript
We like to try and do something special around the holidays.In 2019, we counted down our Top 5 most-played episodes of the year. But we thought we’d try something a little different for 2020.If you’re a regular listener of the show, you’ve probably figured out we like to read. A lot. So this time, we’re revisiting five of our favorite interviews we’ve done with authors in the three-and-a-half seasons of making this podcast. We call it “Happy Author Days.”This one is our conversation with PEN/Faulkner winner Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi, titled “On Exile, Literature, and Feeling Small Before the Page” and first published on August 1st, 2019.We hope you enjoy the episode and come back for the final installment in the series tomorrow.LINKSAzareen’s PEN/Faulkner-Winning Novel: Call Me ZebraOriginal Episode Transcript
We like to try and do something special around the holidays.In 2019, we counted down our Top 5 most-played episodes of the year. But we thought we’d try something a little different for 2020.If you’re a regular listener of the show, you’ve probably figured out we like to read. A lot. So this time, we’re revisiting five of our favorite interviews we’ve done with authors in the three-and-a-half seasons of making this podcast. We call it “Happy Author Days.”This one is our conversation with Pulitzer winner Marilynne Robinson, titled “On Writing and Saying Something True” and first published on October 18, 2018.We hope you enjoy the episode and come back for the next installment in the series tomorrow.LINKMarilynne's Pulitzer-Winning Novel: GileadOriginal Episode Transcript
We like to try and do something special around the holidays.In 2019, we counted down our Top 5 most-played episodes of the year. But we thought we’d try something a little different for 2020.If you’re a regular listener of the show, you’ve probably figured out we like to read. A lot. So this time, we’re revisiting five of our favorite interviews we’ve done with authors in the three-and-a-half seasons of making this podcast. We call it “Happy Author Days.”This one is our conversation with spy novelist Lauren Wilkinson, titled “On ‘American Spy’ and Finding It on the Page” and first published on October 8th, 2020.We hope you enjoy the episode and come back for the next installment in the series tomorrow.LINKSLauren’s Novel: American SpyOriginal Episode Transcript
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71
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1
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1 day, 13 hours
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