An Interview with Joshua Gaylord and More!

A fun conversation with Joshua Gaylord about his books!  We recommend:  Hummingbirds by Joshua GaylordThe Second Ship by Phillip RichardsThe Last Equation of Isaac Severy by Nova Jacobs. William “Billy” Faulkner pops in the studio. Audiobook of the week is Darktown by Thomas Mullen read by Andre Holland.

In “Library Corner” Amy recommends novels about teachers  inspired by Joshua Gaylord and his book Hummingbirds. She recommends Teacher Man by Frank McCourt, Teacher: The One Who Made the Difference by Mark Edmundson, The Newcomers by Helen Thorpe, Spare Parts by Joshua Davis.

 

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Author Nathan Lowell and More!

We have the award winning author Nathan Lowell on this week!  We chat with him about his books and life as a science fiction and fantasy author.  Nathan also shares a book recommendation of his own with us.  Dave talks about the impending Denver teacher strike and we all get a little fired up.  Amy, our Denver Librarian, calls in again this week!

Books recommended this week are: Even the Wingless by MCA Hogarth, When We Were Animals by Joshua Gaylord and American by Day by Derek B. Miller.

In “Library Corner” Amy recommends books about birdwatching based on last week’s read of William Shaw’s The Birdwatcher. She recommends:  The Big Year by Mark ObmascikSteve Burrows  “Birder Murder Mystery”, Christine Goff an author with five birder mysteries and the birder mysteries by Ann Cleves.  Also recommended is a memoir: H is for Hawk by Helen Macdonald.

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Horrorstor, Koban, End of World Running Club

In episode 2 our heroes, Dave, Andrew and Laura, discuss the holidays and why we find other people annoying.  Dave disses Andrew’s science fiction book, Andrew talks to us in German.  Again. And Laura prattles on about cowboy hats in Denver.

Our book picks for this week are:  Horrorstor by Grady Hendrix, Koban by Stephen W. Bennett and The End of the World Running Club by Adrian J. Walker.  Audiobook of the week is Don Winslow‘s The Force read by the velvet toned Dion Graham.  Special mention: We Sold Our Souls by Grady Hendrix,.  Christmas book selection is the fantastic David Morrell‘s The Spy Who Came For Christmas.

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