For 25 years Ed Williams was the editor of the editorial pages of the Charlotte Observer, where he won the Pulitzer Prize in 1981. His book Liberating Dixie is a collection of many of his editorials from his years as a journalist.
Join us with local author Dr. Nada B. Owusu for the release of her debut novel, Misdiagnosed. Behind the designer clothes and the bling is a brilliant mind with limitless potential. Krystal is having a hard time becoming the person she wants to be.
A Mongolian mare owned by a young Korean boy who sells his horse to pay for his sister's prosthetic leg, she was renamed Reckless and braved minefields and shrapnel to deliver ammo to the front lines. She was awarded two Purple Hearts and promoted twice.
Join us with author Trish Foxwell and discover many of the famous homesteads and haunts of important writers that lived in or wrote about the south. Learn about O'Henry's Greensboro and Thomas Wolfe's Asheville. Use to plan your summer vacation.
Carol Ruckdeschel eats road kill, wrestles alligators, rides horse bareback. She's had three husbands and many lovers, one of which she shot in self defense. She is the wildest woman in America. NC writer Will Harlan joins us with his new book.
Walt Wolfram is William C. Friday Distinguished Professor of English and Jeffrey Reaser is associate professof of English at NCSU. Their book examines the voices of The Old North State and look at the cultural implications behind our words.
Just in time for the canning and preserving season, Andrea Weigl joins us with her new book. She is the food writer for the Raleigh News and Observer and her cookbook is full of recipes that will have beginners and veterans rolling up their sleeves.
Local writer Steve Lindahl joins us with his mystery novel that moves backwards and forwards in time with unexpected twists and turns. A group of friends whose lives have been linked together through several reincarnations seek closure.