October 2017 Write On! Radio Archives

We speak with Tim Harford about his new book Fifty Inventions that Shaped the Modern Economy. He is an award-winning journalist, economist and broadcaster, who wrote the bestselling The Undercover EconomistMessyThe Undercover Economist Strikes BackAdapt and The Logic of Life.

We speak with Meg Matich about Cold Moons, a poetry collection by Magnus Sigurdsson, which she translated. She is a poet and translator, and a recent recipient of the PEN/Heim Translation grant. Magnus Sigurdsson is an Icelandic poet who, in this collection, pays rare attention to the minute revelations of nature.

We speak with Michael Sears and Stanley Trollip, who together comprise the writing team of Michael Stanley, about their new novel Dying to Live, #6 in the Detective Kubu series. It has already received praise from Publishers Weekly and Kirkus as the best one yet.

We speak with Lauren Sanders about her new novel The Book of Love and Hate. She is also the author of the novels Kamikaze Lust, which won a Lambda Literary Award, and With or Without You. Her writing has appeared in various publications, including Bookforum, the American Book Review, and Time Out New York.

We speak with Linda LeGarde Grover about her new essay collection Onigamiising: Seasons of an Ojibwe Year.