Conversations between Publishers Weekly editors and authors of new fiction and nonfiction books.
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|11||PW LitCast: A Conversation with Julian Kulski
PW LitCast speaks with author Julian Kulski, about his new book, 'The Color of Courage, A Boy At War: The World War II Diary of Julian Kulski.' Listen in as we discuss some of his amazing experiences as a young boy in the aftermath of the Nazis' invasion of Poland, including his acts of sabotage aimed at the Germans, his time in the Warsaw Ghetto, and his imprisonment.
|10||PW LitCast: A Conversation with Declan Hughes
PW LitCast speaks with author Declan Hughes about his new thriller, 'All the Things You Are.' A twisted novel about the murderous ramifications of a childhood mistake.
|9||PW LitCast: A Conversation with Doug Fine
Journalist Doug Fine, author of 'Hemp Bound' (Chelsea Green), is high on the many virtues of hemp, a wonder crop that you can eat, use in construction, and renew the earth with.
|8||PW LitCast: A Conversation with Tobias Churton
Historian Tobias Churton reveals magus Aleister Crowley's place in the art world of Weimar Berlin.
|7||PW LitCast: A Conversation with Rick Steves
Rick Steves talks about his travels in Europe, as well as building his Europe Through the Back Door series, from its first self-published volume in 1980 to this year's releases, which includes Italy.
|6||PW LitCast: A Conversation with Lorelei James
Barbara Vey talks to Lorelei James about the last standing McKay brother in Redneck Romeo (Samhain), her love of cowboys and being award winning mystery author Lori Armstrong.
|5||PW LitCast: A Conversation with Phyllis Good
|4||PW LitCast: A Conversation with V.E. Schwab
PW LitCast speaks with V.E. Schwab about Vicious (Tor), an unusual novel about superheroes, supervillains, and the very thin line between the two.
|3||PW LitCast: A Conversation with Adrian Magson
PW LitCast speaks with Adrian Magson about Execution (Severn House) his latest thriller featuring ex-MI5 operative Harry Tate. The series has been lauded for its combination of accurate portrayals of espionage and suspenseful plots.
|2||PW LitCast: A Conversation with J. Sydney Jones
PW LitCast speaks with author J. Sydney Jones about The Keeper of Hands (Severn House) about his series of historical mysteries set in the Vienna of Gustav Mahler and Arthur Schnitzler that combine whodunit puzzles with seamless recreations of time and place.
|1||PW LitCast: A Conversation with Jonathan Maberry
PW Litcast speaks with author Jonathan Maberry about Limbus, Inc. (JournalStone). Listen as we explore his engaging paranormal noir that’s funny and horrific in equal measure.