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Who Killed the Fonz? Author James Boice

Who Killed the Fonz? Author James Boice

James Boice, (The Shooting) joins Gary Almeter (The Emperor of Ice-Cream) on Friday Morning Coffee to discuss his new book, Who Killed the Fonz?

When Sadness Is at Your Door Author Eva Eland

When Sadness Is at Your Door Author Eva Eland

Author Eva Eland joins Rebecca Weston on Friday Morning Coffee to discuss her book When Sadness is at Your Door.

The Chef’s Secret Author Crystal King

The Chef’s Secret Author Crystal King

Crystal King, author of Feast of Sorrow, joins Daniel Ford on Friday Morning Coffee to chat about her new novel The Chef’s Secret.

Winter Loon Author Susan Bernhard

Winter Loon Author Susan Bernhard

Caitlin Malcuit finishes off 2018 for the Writer's Bone crew with a terrific Friday Morning Coffee episode featuring Winter Loon author Susan Bernhard live from the PRX Podcast Garage.

Brown Bottle Author Sheldon Lee Compton

Brown Bottle Author Sheldon Lee Compton

Author Sheldon Lee Compton joins Daniel Ford for Friday Morning Coffee to discuss his novel Brown Bottle.

A Place For Wolves Author Kosoko Jackson

Kosoko Jackson, author of A Place For Wolves (out in 2019), talks to Daniel Ford about the diversity found in today’s YA market and his publishing journey.

Caitlin and Courtney Malcuit once again give us a double shot of coffee, and discuss the anime series “Junji Ito Collection” and Caitlin’s fear of…Cookie Monster?

Literature is mirrors and windows. You should be able to reflect upon yourself and see into the lives of others. Which you can only do when we allow others to tell their own stories.
— Kosoko Jackson

To learn more about Kosoko Jackson, visit his official website or follow him on Twitter @KosokoJackson.

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She Read to Us in the Late Afternoons Author Kathleen Hill

Kathleen Hill, author of the recently published memoir She Read to Us in the Late Afternoons: A Life in Novels, talks to Daniel Ford about how stories she heard in her youth led her to becoming a writer, why she decided to write a memoir, and why writers need to make room within themselves for their impressions.

We don’t know who we are until we write it down.
— Kathleen Hill

To learn more about Kathleen Hill, visit her official website.

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