We speak with award-winning author William Alexander about his newest effort, Ghoulish Song, a parallel novel to Goblin Secrets, which won the National Book Award last year.
We also speak with KFAI's own Linda Back McKay, who will be discussing her new book Out of the Shadows: Stories of Adoption and Reunion. She is also the author of three volumes of poetry, Ride that Full Tilt Boogie, The Cockeyed Precision, and The Next Best Thing.
We speak with Dobby Gibson about his new collection of poetry It Becomes You. He is also the author of the collections Skirmish and Polar, which won the Beatrice Hawley Award and was a finalist for a Minnesota Book Award.
We also speak with Jan Surasky about Rage Against the Dying Light, a novel of Celtic Queen Boudicca, which won the Eric Hoffer Award for fiction.
We speak with Sam Savage about his new book, The Way of the Dog. He is the author of several novels but is probably best known as the author of Firmin: Adventures of a Metropolitan Lowlife, about a bookstore rat, which has been translated into a dozen languages.
We also speak with Connie Claire Szarke about her new novel A Stone for Amer. She is also the author of Delicate Armor, which was a finalist for a Midwest Book Award.