publishing

Episode 369: Black Coffee Book Launch, Live From Belmont Books

Episode 369: Black Coffee Book Launch, Live From Belmont Books

On July 9, live from Belmont Books, Daniel Ford officially launched his new short story collection Black Coffee with the help of author Edwin Hill (Little Comfort, The Missing Ones).

Episode 299: The Emperor of Shoes Author Spencer Wise

Episode 299: <i>The Emperor of Shoes</i> Author Spencer Wise

Author Spencer Wise joins Daniel Ford and Rebecca Weston at the PRX Podcast Garage in Allston, Mass., to discuss his debut novel The Emperor of Shoes.

Episode 295: Live at Papercuts J.P. With Invisible Ghosts Author Robyn Schneider

Episode 295: Live at Papercuts J.P. With <i>Invisible Ghosts</i> Author Robyn Schneider

Robyn Schneider, author of Extraordinary Means and The Beginning of Everything, sits down with Rebecca Weston at Papercuts J.P. to discuss and read from her new book Invisible Ghosts.

Episode 289: The Smart One Author Drew Yanno Returns!

Episode 289: <i>The Smart One</i> Author Drew Yanno Returns!

Author Drew Yanno returns to the podcast and chats with Sean Tuohy and Rebecca Weston about his career writing novels and screenplays.

Episode 275: The Light We Lost Author Jill Santopolo

Episode 275: <i>The Light We Lost</i> Author Jill Santopolo

Jill Santopolo, author The Light We Lost, returns to the podcast! She chats with Stephanie Schaefer about the paperback edition of the novel.

Episode 274: Speak No Evil Author Uzodinma Iweala

Episode 274: <i>Speak No Evil</i> Author Uzodinma Iweala

Uzodinma Iweala, author of Beasts of No Nation and Speak No Evil, talks to Daniel Ford about writing in longhand, how he built the characters in his new novel, the themes he wanted to explore in Speak No Evil, and why writers need to listen closely to the world.

Episode 261: Best-Selling Author Barry Eisler

Episode 261: Best-Selling Author Barry Eisler

Barry Eisler, New York Times best-selling author of A Clean Kill in Tokyo, Graveyard of Memories, and The Night Trade, talks to Sean Tuohy about creating John Rain and embracing self-publishing.

Episode 260: How to Stop Time Author Matt Haig

Episode 260: <i>How to Stop Time</i> Author Matt Haig

Today’s guest is Matt Haig, author of The Humans, Reasons to Stay Alive, and, most recently, How to Stop Time. Haig talks to Daniel Ford about his constant impulse to externalize things and write them down, how memory, hope, despair, and melancholy are woven into How to Stop Time, and how he battles writer’s indecision (as opposed to writer’s block).

Episode 258: A Cold Day in Hell Author Lissa Marie Redmond

Episode 258: <i>A Cold Day in Hell</i> Author Lissa Marie Redmond

Lissa Marie Redmond, author of A Cold Day in Hell (out Feb. 8), talks to Sean Tuohy about transitioning from law enforcement to fiction, how she crafted detective Lauren Riley and slick defense attorney Frank Violanti, and why people should realize that there’s more going on in Buffalo, N.Y., than chicken wings and snow.

Episode 257: Author Owen King

Episode 257: Author Owen King

Author Owen King talks to Sean Tuohy about what inspired his novel Double Feature, collaborating with Stephen King on Sleeping Beauties, the value of writing workshops, and what he has planned next.

Episode 256: Author and Screenwriter Drew Yanno

Episode 256: Author and Screenwriter Drew Yanno

Author and screenwriter Drew Yanno talks to Sean Tuohy about how his law background helped his fiction writing, how entering a screenplay contest propelled him into the movie business, and what inspired his novel The Smart One.

Episode 255: The Woman in the Window Author A.J. Finn

Episode 255: <i>The Woman in the Window</i> Author A.J. Finn

Author A.J. Finn talks to Daniel Ford about his early love of crime fiction, how his personal experience with depression influenced his debut novel The Woman in the Window, and his whirlwind publishing journey.

Episode 254: Live From Trident Booksellers & Café With Pachinko Author Min Jin Lee

Episode 254: Live From Trident Booksellers & Café With <i>Pachinko</i> Author Min Jin Lee

Live from Trident Booksellers & Café, author Min Jin Lee reads from her National Book Award-nominated novel Pachinko and then talks to Daniel Ford and Sean Tuohy about her writing process and what it means to be an engaged, thoughtful person in today’s reality.