Today's guest is Hilary Zaid, author of the new novel Forget I Told You This
from University of Nebraska Press.
Hilary has been a Tennessee Williams Scholar at the Sewanee Writers'
Conference, a James D. Houston Fellow at the Community of Writers, and
two-time attendee of ...
Patricia Kullberg hosts this episode of the Old Mole, which includes the
Back to School (and Gun Violence): Right wing gun lovers are doubling down on
their push to arm teachers. But as it turns out, gun-toting personnel in
schools make violence wors...
Lisa See’s historical novel, Lady Tan’s Circle of Women, is a
meticulously researched book on Chinese medicine in the 1500’s. It purports
to be a record of a female doctor. Midwives, women who deliver newborns, are
an essential part of medical treatment for women. “…since w...
Author, Jeff Pearlman, joins Ragan & Poxy to discuss how his 2014
book, SHOWTIME, which is focused on the Showtime era of the Los Angeles
Lakers, would transform into the MAX Series, WINNING TIME.
For more information, please visit Jeff's website.
The 7th Annual Portland Writers Picnic takes place this Sunday, September
10th from 11am to 4pm at Laurelhurst Park. And if you’re a writer, in or
around Portland, you’re invited! Families, too.
We’re fortunate to have three of the picnic organizers, and
Street art with the face of Victor Jara; "Give us your strength and bravery
to struggle." Artist unknown; sponsored by the Schools of Psychology of the
State Universities of Chile. Photo by Marcela Urra and licensed under
It’s not easy to write a novel that tells an engaging story, has the reader
identifying with a diverse range of characters, and at the same time shines a
light on how race, gender, and class affect people’s lives. But writer and
photographer Matt Witt says that's what autho...
Sort of a mash up tonight on Gremlin Time. We present a repeat episode from
the 1980's with Katherine Dunn reading Jean Sheppard's short story about
playground politics, Scud Farkas and the Murderous Maria. Featuring many of
the same characters as in the movie A Christmas S...
Legendary actor, Stuart Pankin, sits down with Poxy & Ragan to discuss his
career and revisit projects such as Dinosaurs, Arachnophobia, Fatal
Attraction, Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves, Not Necessarily the News, & San Pedro
Larry Bowlden reviews Pomegranate, by Helen Elaine Lee, a rich book on so
many levels. Written though the eyes of Ranita Atwater, a woman just released
from four years of imprisonment for opioid possession, the book leaps forward
to her assiduous efforts to regain parental ...