Live From Porter Square Books With Authors Joshua Mohr and Josh Cook

Live from Porter Square Books in Cambridge, Mass., authors Joshua Mohr and Josh Cook talk to Daniel Ford and Sean Tuohy about their writing processes, which authors influence their work, and why working writers and readers need to “share the garlic.”

It’s very important for us as working writers and readers to be generous with what we know.
— Joshua Mohr

Joshua Mohr is the author of Sirens, a memoir about addition, relapse, and recovery. Author Ron Currie says, “there is no line Mohr won't cross, either in his erstwhile quest for self-immolation, or his fearless honesty in reporting back from that time.” To learn more about Joshua Mohr, visit his official website, like his Facebook post, or follow him on Twitter @joshua_mohr. Also listen to our recent podcast interview with the author.

As long as you are putting the words down, you are a successful writer.
— Josh Cook

Josh Cook is the author of An Exaggerated Murder, which Kirkus Reviews called, “a beautifully written postmodern novel of deduction.” To learn more about Josh Cook, read his blog, In Order of Importance, or follow him on Twitter @InOrderOfImport.

Today’s episode is brought to you by Porter Square Books, located in the Porter Square Shopping Center in Cambridge, Mass. The store’s staff picks are second to none, and always point readers toward quality fiction and nonfiction. It’s a great independent bookstore that is well worth a visit for locals and tourists alike.

Today’s episode is brought to you by Porter Square Books, located in the Porter Square Shopping Center in Cambridge, Mass. The store’s staff picks are second to none, and always point readers toward quality fiction and nonfiction. It’s a great independent bookstore that is well worth a visit for locals and tourists alike.