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Margaret Lowman Ph.D., is known affectionately throughout the world as “Canopy Meg.” She is a global pioneer in forest canopy ecology. She is one of the world’s foremost “arbornauts” — someone who explores and studies the vast forest canopies that make up what Meg has termed the Earth’s “eighth continent.” A tireless educator, strong advocate for g…
 
Danielle’s latest guest on Killer Women is May Cobb, author of My Summer Darlings, releasing on May 17. May earned her MA in literature from San Francisco State University, and her essays and interviews have appeared in the Washington Post, the Rumpus, Edible Austin, and Austin Monthly. Her previous novel is The Hunting Wives. A Texas native, she l…
 
Meryl chats with Rabbi Dan Ornstein about his book, Cain v. Abel : A Jewish Courtroom Drama, and the timeless issues it raises about the world’s first murder. These include: sibling rivalry, dysfunctional families, the human family, misogyny, forgiveness – and the perennial question, Am I My Brother’s Keeper?Rabbi Ornstein is the rabbi of Congregat…
 
Connie Berry joins me in the Corner again to chat about her 4th Kate Hamilton mystery, The Shadow of Memory. Tune in to hear about creative reuse of Victorian asylums, art appraisal, and why art fraud is a bad idea. (Hint: you’ll get caught). Listen wherever you listen to podcastsFind Connie at https://connieberry.com/ and https://www.missdemeanors…
 
Today’s guest on And the Plot Thickens is Reavis Wortham, author of more than 2,500 newspaper articles and more than 12 novels including the Red River Series and The Sonny Hawke Series. Reavis is an outdoorsman and 4th generation Texan. He is a two-time Spur Award winner and member of Mystery Writers of America, The Writer’s League of Texas, the In…
 
On the latest episode of Now, Appalachia, Eliot interviews author Sheila Myers about her new novel THE TRUTH OF WHO YOU ARE. Sheila Myers is an award-winning author and college professor in Upstate New York. Her penchant for research and meanderings through the wilderness, lakes, mountains, and vistas (and the occasional trip to a cemetery) in the …
 
“Changing the World and Sending Love One Book, Play and Film at a Time” with Amy FerrisAmy Ferris is an author, editor, screenwriter and playwright. Her screen adaptation of J. California Cooper's short story, Funny Valentines (Director: Julie Dash) was nominated for a Best Screenplay Award (BET, Black Reel). Her screen credits include the feature:…
 
Today on the podcast, Danielle interviews international #1 bestseller Dervla McTiernan. Dervla’s first two novels, The Rúin and The Scholar, were critically acclaimed around the world. She has won multiple prizes, including a Ned Kelly Award, Davitt Awards, a Barry Award and an International Thriller Writers Award, and has been shortlisted for num…
 
On the latest episode of Now, Appalachia, Eliot interviews author Scott Blackburn about his latest thriller novel IT DIES WITH YOU. Scott is an English instructor and a 2017 graduate of the Mountainview MFA program. He lives in High Point, North Carolina with his wife and two children. When he is not writing and teaching, Scott enjoys training in c…
 
“Truth and Other Lies” with Maggie Smith In a career that’s included work as a journalist, a psychologist, and the founder of a national art consulting company, Maggie Smith now adds novelist to her resume with the publication of her debut, Truth and Other Lies. In addition to her writing, Maggie hosts the weekly podcast Hear Us Roar, where she int…
 
This month the girls chat with the multi-talented author, publisher, and all around awesome Zibby Owens. We'll talk about taking the leap from writing to publishing. Pour a drink and join the fun! Learn more about all of the incredible projects and tons of places you can find Zibby at: https://zibbyowens.com/…
 
Author and host, Derek McFadden, welcomes author and podcaster, Alex Dolan, to to the studio! They talk Alex's The Patron Saint Of Suicides podcast, now in season 2, and so much more!About Alex Dolan:Alex is an acclaimed author of thrilling fiction! You can visit him online at: www.alexdolan.comFind the podcast online at:www.suicidesaints.com…
 
Hannah Mary McKinnon was born in the UK, grew up in Switzerland and moved to Canada in 2010. After a successful career in recruitment, she quit the corporate world in favor of writing. While her debut, TIME AFTER TIME, was a rom com, she transitioned to the dark side thereafter. Her suspense novels include THE NEIGHBORS and bestsellers HER SECRET S…
 
Meryl chats with Sharon Gloger Friedman about historical fiction, her recently released novel, In Freedom’s Light, and her 2019 award-winning book, Ashes. Her second novel is set against the background of eighteenth and nineteenth century Charleston and Philadelphia. Her award-winning first novel chronicles one family’s escape from the horrors of a…
 
Pie or cake? If you're a bad man, stick to cake. Misha Popp, author of Magic, Lies, and Deadly Pies joins me in the Corner to chat about her vigilante pie baker, Daisy. Daisy has special talents and her pies are baked with a little something extra. Tune in to find out how to make revenge fiction cozy-ish, how to blend mystery with magic realism, an…
 
In this interview, Tracy sits down with Jennifer Swanson to discuss the incredible, award-winning books she has written. Science Rocks! And so do Jennifer Swanson’s books. She is the award-winning author of over 45 nonfiction books for children. Using her background in science and history that she received from the U.S. Naval Academy, and her M.S. …
 
Author and host, Derek McFadden welcomes award-winning audiobook narrator and podcaster, B.J. Harrison, to the studio!About B.J.:B.J. Harrison is the award-winning narrator of Derek's book, What Death Taught Terrence, and about 500 others! His Classic Tales podcast is immensely popular. Reach him online at: www.clasictalesaudiobooks.com.Anyone inte…
 
“Filmmaker Turned Author – the Art of Satire” with Bonne’ BartronAward winning screenwriter and director Bonné Bartron has always loved books, but it took a world-wide shut down for her to finally write one. WHISPERS, her debut novel, is a spine-tingling thriller with a sharp satirical edge told from the perspective of competent, diverse women. The…
 
Jamie Lyn Smith is a writer, editor, and teacher. She earned her BA in English and Theatre from Kenyon College, her Masters in Education from Fordham University, and her MFA in Creative Writing from Ohio State University. Jamie Lyn is the Fiction Editor at BreakBread Magazine and a Consulting Editor for The Kenyon Review. Her work has appeared in T…
 
“A Southern Woman Gains Her Bookish Wings” with Julia DailyJulia Brewer Daily is a Texan with a southern accent. She holds a B.S. in English and a M.S. degree in Education from the University of Southern Mississippi. She has been a Communications Adjunct Professor at Belhaven University, Jackson, Mississippi, and Public Relations Director of the Mi…
 
In this episode of Killer Women Podcast, Danielle interviews Samantha M. Bailey, author of WOMAN ON THE EDGE.Samantha M. Bailey is the USA TODAY and #1 nationally bestselling author of WOMAN ON THE EDGE, which has sold in eleven countries to date. She is also a journalist and freelance editor; her work has appeared in NOW Magazine, The Village Post…
 
Lorenzo Carcaterra joins me in the Corner to chat about Nonna Maria and the Case of the Missing Bride. Tune in to find out why Italian grandmas make the best sleuths, why you should never underestimate a woman of a certain age, and the proper way to serve Fernet. Also learn where you should take your next vacation (hint: Ischia), why you should nev…
 
Author RJ Lee joins me in the Corner to chat about The King Falls, the 4th A Bridge to Death mystery. Tune in to get the inside scoop on bridge clubs. Find out why Mississippi is the perfect cozy setting. Learn why newspaper reporters make great sleuths. Hear how RJ is connected to 1940s hardboiled New York crime fiction. Listen wherever you listen…
 
Jeneva Rose is the Amazon Charts bestselling author of The Perfect Marriage, which has been optioned for film and translated into a dozen languages. Her newest suspense novel One of Us is Dead releases April 26th 2022 from Blackstone Publishing and has been named a best new book by PopSugar, a most anticipated 2022 book by Nerd Daily, and a must-re…
 
In this episode 290, we visit with USA Today bestselling author Maureen A. Miller, author of “Frozen Agenda,” a High-Risk Agenda novel.A strange coin leads two strangers on a daring journey to an uncharted island, because someone is being followed and it has something to do with the coin. Archeology professor by day and a collector of coins by nigh…
 
In this episode 291, we visit with Meredith Ritchie, author of “Poster Girls,” set in 1943, at Charlotte’s largest wartime employer––the massive and dangerous Shell Assembly Plant.Told from two perspectives, Poster Girls is driven by the true but forgotten events and accomplishments of a diverse group of American women. Military wives and mothers, …
 
In this episode 289, we visit with Jennifer Dasal, author of “Art Curious: Stories of the Unexpected, Slightly Odd, and Strangely Wonderful in Art History.”ArtCurious is a colorful look at the world of art history, revealing some of the strangest, funniest, and most fascinating stories behind the world's great artists and masterpieces. We're all fa…
 
In this episode 288, we visit with Cliff Yeargin author of “Sweet Tater Tango,” the fifth book in the Jake Eliam Chickenbone Mystery Series. The ChickenBone Mystery series features a former baseball player, turned reluctant PI, Jake Eliam and his best friend and benefactor, Bobby ‘Catfish’ Wilson, former college football hero and owner of The 3 Pig…
 
In this episode 287, we visit with David Rudolf, author of “American Injustice: Inside Stories From the Underbelly of The Criminal Justice System.” David draws from his years of experience as a defense attorney in the American criminal legal system to shed light on the misconduct that exists at all levels of law enforcement and the tragic consequen…
 
In this episode 286, we visit with Halli Gomez, author of “List of Ten,” where the number that dictates the young protagonist’s life is also the number on the list that will end it. Ten: three little letters, one ordinary number. No big deal, right? But for Troy Hayes, a 16-year-old suffering from Tourette Syndrome and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder…
 
In this episode 285, we visit with Larry Farber, author of “Noted Memories – How A Kid From Charlotte Had A Moment With Tony, Aretha, Bonnie, Sheryl And More.” That’s Tony Bennett, Aretha Franklin, Bonnie Raitt and Sheryl Crow. Larry grew up playing in bands, performing at weddings and parties. He then booked bands for a living, opened a private mu…
 
In this episode 284, we visit with Tammy Euliano, author of “Fatal Intent,” a medical thriller. When her elderly patients start dying at home days after minor surgery, anesthesiologist Dr. Kate Downey wants to know why. As she comes closer to exposing the culprit's identity, Kate faces professional intimidation, threats to her life, a home invasion…
 
In this episode 283, we visit with Roland Beckerman, author of “Seeking Justice,” a fictional story based on the author’s real life experience. This story involves a medical journey regarding a serious illness that led to a medical procedure and then a lawsuit about that procedure that ended up in a trial. The book guides the reader through the phy…
 
In this episode 282, we visit with Robert Whitlow, author of “Trial and Error,” and many other bestselling faith-based legal thrillers set in the South. In “Trial and Error,” a small-town lawyer has been searching for his daughter for eighteen years when another young woman in the town goes missing. Buddy Smith has built his law practice around tra…
 
In this episode 281, we visit with Emme Lund, author of “The Boy With a Bird in His Chest,” a heartbreaking yet hopeful novel about the things that make us unique. “The Boy with a Bird in His Chest” grapples with the fear, depression, and feelings of isolation that come with believing that we will never be loved, let alone accepted, for who we trul…
 
Meryl chats with Esther Amini about her 2020 memoir, Concealed, which chronicles her childhood and coming of age in a Persian-Jewish household in Queens, New York during the 1960s. As the American-born daughter of parents who had fled Mashdad, Iran, she shares how she was caught between these two cultures as she sought to carve her own path. Esther…
 
Combining the propulsive narrative drive of The Firm with the psychological complexity of The Silent Patient, a gripping and original thriller about two professional women—colleagues at an international fashion conglomerate—who enter an elevator together . . . but only one is alive when they reach the ground floor.PRAISE FOR THE CAGE“[An] exciting …
 
On the latest episode of Now, Appalachia, Eliot interviews author Valerie Nieman about her latest novel IN THE LONELY BACKWATER. Valerie has been a farmer, a sailor, a journalist, a teacher. To the Bones, a genre-bending novel about Appalachia, was published by West Virginia University Press in 2019, joining three earlier novels, a short fiction co…
 
“This mom has time to…” with Zibby OwensZibby Owens is an author, podcaster, publisher, CEO, and mother of four. Zibby founded Zibby Owens Media, a privately-held media company designed to help busy people live their best lives by connecting to books and each other. One division is Moms Don’t Have Time To, the home for Zibby’s podcasts, publication…
 
Kimberly Belle is the USA Today and internationally bestselling author of seven novels, including her latest, My Darling Husband. Her books have been published in more than in a dozen languages and have been optioned for film and television.Layne Fargo is the author of the novels They Never Learn and Temper, and cocreator of the Unlikeable Female C…
 
Writing While Handicapped author and host, Derek McFadden welcomes Blair Fell to the studio.About Blair Fell: Blair's television work includes Queer as Folk, and the Emmy Award–winning California Connected. He's written dozens of plays including the award-winning plays Naked Will, The Tragic and Horrible Life of the Singing Nun, and the downtown cu…
 
On the latest episode of Now, Appalachia, Eliot interviews Ohio author Michael Wayne Hampton about his new novel DREAM KIDS. Michael Wayne Hampton is the author of five books of fiction. His criticism, essays, fiction, and poetry have appeared in numerous publications such as Atticus Review, The Southeast Review, 3AM Magazine, and Fiction Southeast…
 
Jenn Bouchard's debut novel FIRST COURSE was published in 2021 by TouchPoint Press. It has been the recipient of nine awards and distinctions, most notably as a finalist in the Women's Fiction category of the American Fiction Awards and the Independent Author Network Awards. Her short stories have appeared in the Bookends Review, Litbreak Magazine,…
 
Do you love elephants? Yeah, we do too!Join Tracy as she interviews author Kim Tomsic, discussing her incredibly moving book, The Elephants Come Home.Kim Tomsic is a word wrangler, exclamation point enthusiast, and parallel parking champion who loves animals, especially her dog Sushi. Kim is the author of the Crystal Kite award-winning novel, The 1…
 
Tessa Wegert is the author of the Shana Merchant mystery series, which includes Death in the Family, The Dead Season, and Dead Wind. A former freelance journalist, Tessa’s work has appeared in Forbes, The Huffington Post, Adweek, and The Economist. Tessa grew up in Quebec and now lives with her husband and children in Connecticut.Killer Women is co…
 
Meryl chats with Dan about his new book, By the Grace of the Game, which chronicles his family’s journey from the Holocaust to the NBA, the essential role of basketball in his family, and his own commitment to share the lessons of the Holocaust. Dan Grunfeld is a former professional basketball player, an accomplished writer, and a proud graduate of…
 
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