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Episode 331: Little Comfort Author Edwin Hill

Episode 331: Little Comfort Author Edwin Hill

Author Edwin Hill joins Daniel Ford and Rebecca Weston at the PRX Podcast Garage in Allston, Mass., to chat about his debut Hester Thursby mystery novel Little Comfort.

Episode 313: Founding Martyr Author Christian Di Spigna

Episode 313: Founding Martyr Author Christian Di Spigna

Author and historian Christian Di Spigna talks to Daniel Ford about his new book, Founding Martyr: The Life and Death of Dr. Joseph Warren, the American Revolution’s Lost Hero.

Episode 310: Trust Me Author Hank Phillippi Ryan

Episode 310: <i>Trust Me</i> Author Hank Phillippi Ryan

Hank Phillippi Ryan, investigative reporter for Boston’s 7News and best-selling author, talks to Daniel and Stephanie Ford about her new book Trust Me.

Episode 268: Inside the Combat Zone Author Stephanie Schorow

Episode 268: <i>Inside the Combat Zone</i> Author Stephanie Schorow

Live from the PRX Podcast Garage in Allston, Mass., Stephanie Schorow, author of Inside the Combat Zone: The Stripped Down Story of Boston’s Most Notorious Neighborhood and Drinking Boston: A History of the City and its Spirits, talks to Sean Tuohy and Mike Nelson about the history of Boston’s “sordid and alluring” underside.

Episode 232: Actor and How Did This Get Made? Co-Host Paul Scheer

Paul Scheer, actor, producer, and co-host of How Did This Get Made?, talks to Sean Tuohy about how his love for bad films turned into a podcast, the show’s upcoming live events in Boston, and the tribal mentality of people watching bad movies and discussing them.

There’s a beauty in something that goes so horribly wrong.
— Paul Scheer

To learn more about Paul Scheer, visit his official website, subscribe to How Did This Get Made?, and follow him and the show on Twitter @paulscheer and @HDTGM.

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Sid Sanford Lives! Reading at I AM Books in Boston’s North End

Daniel Ford reads from Sid Sanford Lives! at I AM Books in Boston’s North End. He also takes questions from an insightful and engaged audience.

The next Sid Sanford Lives! reading/signing is at Belmont Books on Oct. 12 at 7 p.m. Find more details on Belmont Book’s Facebook page.

Photo credits: Stephanie and Karen Schaefer
This book is a lot of things. It’s a love letter to family, a meditation on love and friendship, and an exploration of what happens when life doesn’t go your way.
— Daniel Ford

Learn more about Daniel Ford by visiting his official website, liking his Facebook page, or following him on Twitter @danielfford. Sid Sanford Lives! is available on I AM Books, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and IndieBound.

Learn more about I AM Books by visiting the official website, liking its Facebook page, or following the store on Twitter @iambooksboston.

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Episode 128: Dark Horse Author Rory Flynn

Today's episode features Mr. Rory Flynn, author of Third Rail and Dark Horse, which is available wherever books are sold starting today. Flynn talks about how much of himself ends up in his main character Eddy Harkness, the future of the series, and why he loves living in and writing about Boston.

To learn more about Rory Flynn, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, or follow him on Twitter @MrRoryFlynn. Also read Sean Tuohy's review of Dark Horse and listen to our last live interview with the author at Trident Booksellers.

The Writer's Bone Podcast Archives

Episode 68: Ken Gloss, Proprietor of Brattle Book Shop

Photo courtesy of Brattle Book Shop

Photo courtesy of Brattle Book Shop

Ken Gloss, proprietor of Boston’s Brattle Book Shop, talks to Daniel Ford about the store’s long and colorful history, the rare book business, and the challenges of being a bookseller in the digital age.

To learn more about Brattle Book Shop, visit its official website, like its Facebook page, follow the store on Twitter @brattlebookshop, or play this cool YouTube video!

Episode 57: Author Rory Flynn Live From J. J. Foley’s

Rory Flynn (photo courtesy of the author)

Rory Flynn (photo courtesy of the author)

Rory Flynn, author of Third Rail, meets up Writer’s Bone at Boston’s J. J. Foley’s to drink a few beers and talk about how he developed his character Eddy Harkness, how he incorporates Boston into his fiction, and what up-and-coming authors need to do to find success. 

To learn more about Rory Flynn, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, or follow him on Twitter @MrRoryFlynn

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Episode 53: Author PI John Nardizzi

John Nardizzi

John Nardizzi

Writer and private investigator John Nardizzi drops by Writer’s Bone to talk about his debut novel Telegraph Hill, how San Francisco helped develop his love of writing, and what kind of future Daniel Ford and Sean Tuohy would have in the private eye game.

To learn more about John Nardizzi, check out his official website or follow him on Twitter @AuthorPI.

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Episode 47: Live From Boston Book Festival 2014

The main drag at the 2014 Boston Book Festival.&nbsp;  Photo by Daniel Ford

The main drag at the 2014 Boston Book Festival. Photo by Daniel Ford

Sean Tuohy and Daniel Ford broadcast live from the 2014 Boston Book Festival and McGreevy’s Irish Pub & Sports Bar. The guys discuss the exhibitors’ passion for writing, the entertaining and engaging authors they ran into, and why aspiring writers should seek out their own hometown book and writing festivals to spark their creativity.

Episode 46: Stand Up Comedian Robert Kelly

Robert Kelly

Robert Kelly

Legendary stand up comedian Robert Kelly talks to Sean Tuohy and Daniel Ford about fatherhood, hanging out with Louis CK, Aziz Ansari, and Jim Norton at New York City’s Comedy Cellar, his podcast “You Know What Dude?” and how he remains a Boston kid at heart.

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To learn more about Robert Kelly, check out his official website, like his Facebook page, follow him on Twitter @robertkelly, or subscribe to his YouTube page.

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