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.
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.
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.
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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.
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.
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.