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Ep. 122: Teddy Steinkellner

Teddy Steinkellner, author of the new middle school novel Trash Can Days, enlightens host Fred Klein about what’s new with kids today, including peach rings. In the guest seat this…

Ep. 121: Alan C. Fox

Author Alan C. Fox tells host Fred Klein about his varied background. Fox’s wealth of experience is documented in his new book People Tools: 54 Strategies for Building Relationships, Creating…

Ep. 120: J.F. Freedman

J.F. Freedman tells host Fred Klein about his new tough-edged crime novel set in Los Angeles, Turn Left at Doheny. Freedman’s background includes a career as a film director and…

Ep. 119: Sandra Perez Gluschankoff

Sandra Perez Gluschankoff talks with host Fred Klein about her debut novel The Last Fernandez. Sandra comes from a family of Jewish immigrants who came to Argentina after World War…

Ep. 118: Jinny Webber

Author Jinny Webber joins host Fred Klein for a discussion about her latest novel Dark Venus. This lively interview will interest anybody fascinated with Shakespeare and the actors who made…

Ep. 117: Jeremy Gold

Jeremy Gold.tells host Fred Klein about his debut mystery novel titled Death at Carp High. When he’s not writing Jeremy is a jeweler with his wife Calla Gold. Literary Gumbo:…

Ep. 115: Janet Lucy

Award-winning writer and poet Janet Lucy chats with guest host Marcia Meier about children, creativity and the writing process. Lucy’s books include Moon Mother, Moon Daughter ~ Myths and Rituals…

Ep. 114: Teddy Macker

Teddy Macker discusses poetry with guest host Marcia Meier. They share memories of late Poet Laureate Barry Spacks and Teddy reads a couple poems by Barry, as well as his…

Ep. 113: Michael Hanrahan

Michael Hanrahan gives guest host Marcia Meier a rousing synopsis of his new book The Last Extinction. The book is available in print as well as several digital formats, including…

Ep. 112: Eric Kelley

Eric Kelley talks with guest host Marcia Meier about the changing world of bookselling, not only new books but used and Antiquarian books as well. This month marks Eric’s 35th…