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A Book & Its Author

Apr 7, 2022

John M. Mulhouse discusses and reads from Abandoned New Mexico: Ghost Towns, Endangered Architecture, And Hidden History (America Through Time, 2020), which explores the land of enchantment’s forgotten corners and the stories that they tell. Plus music by Naked Raygun.

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Mar 31, 2022

Leslie Cook discusses and reads from her debut novel, Ethereal’s Call (Cook/Fulton Books, 2021), about a young, headstrong woman, raised by witches and swept into a world of fae, where she faces all manner of fantastic creatures and begins to learn secrets about her own past and family...


Mar 24, 2022

Jill Creech Bauer discusses and reads from The Nine Lives Of John Aslin (Jill Creech Bauer, 2020), a non-fiction novel about a man sentenced to life in prison for an accidental death, and about the personal and family history underlying the incident and its repercussions. Plus, an interview with John Eric...


Mar 17, 2022

Curtis Bradley Vickers discusses and reads from This Here Is Devil’s Work: A Novel (University Of Nevada Press, 2021), which presents a harrowing braided narrative of wildfire “hotshots” and cattle rustlers in the New West. https://curtisbradleyvickers.com/

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Mar 10, 2022

Michael P. Branch discusses and reads from On The Trail Of The Jackalope: How A Legend Captured The World’s Imagination And Helped Us Cure Cancer (Pegasus Books, 2022), which documents the cultural and scientific impact of horned rabbits, both real (?) and imagined.