Dennise M. Kowalczyk sits down with Rex Burkholder to discuss his book,
The Activist's ToolKit. Trained as a biologist, Rex Burkholder has worked
as a science teacher; he is a founder and policy director of the Bicycle
Transportation Alliance. Currently, he is leading t...
Dennise Kowalczyk talks to author Deborah Reed about her new novel THE
DAYS WHEN BIRDS COME BACK
June is undoubtedly in transition. Reeling from her divorce, trying to stay
sober, and faced with a completely stalled career, she’s recently returned
to the beautiful Ore...
“What a memorable, companionable, and singular book. I can’t think of
another contemporary memoir that has this mix of political and literary
intelligence, all embedded in a personal story that is told with great
candor, historical consciousness, and wit. How I wish it h...
Host Ken Jones talks with Meg Kearney, author of the new book When You Never
Said Goodbye, a novel in poems and journal entries. When You Never Said
Goodbye is the final book in a trilogy following the teen years of Lizzie
McLane, an adopted daughter searching for her birth...
If you heard the voice of God, would you answer? Cormick Proffitt has it
all—a prestigious position as head of psychiatric medicine, an uptown
office, a sleek Mercedes Benz. But when a patient miraculously survives a
fatal accident, and asks for Cormick by name, his perf...
Late in the Day, Ursula K. Le Guin’s collection of poems (2010–2014)
seeks meaning in an ever-connected world. In part evocative of Neruda’s
Odes to Common Things and Mary Oliver’s poetic guides to the natural world,
Le Guin’s latest give voice to objects that may not sp...
Rae Armantrout’s poetry comprises one of the most refined and visionary
bodies of work written over the last forty years. These potent, compact
meditations on our complicated times reveal her observant sensibility, lively
intellect, and emotional complexity. This generou...
Novelist, author and Exterminating Angel Press publisher Tod Davies
returns to the Jam Today series in an update of her original cult classic
cookbook memoir. Tod's attitude toward literature is the same as her attitude
toward cooking - it's all about working with what...
Elizabeth Fournier is the inspirational author of The Green Reaper - Memoirs
of an Eco-Mortician. Her compassion for those who pass over and for their
families is a true testament of who she is in this world: pure love. She is
also following her heart by supporting famil...