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We talk with Megha Majumdhar about her breakout debut novel, A Burning. It follows three characters in today’s India: one, a young Muslim woman falsely accused of terrorism, and two others who must choose between justice and self-interest. Then, rural America isn’t just poverty, opioid addiction and despair; it’s also community, resilience, and som…
 
We talk with Megha Majumdhar about her breakout debut novel, A Burning. It follows three characters in today’s India: one, a young Muslim woman falsely accused of terrorism, and two others who must choose between justice and self-interest. Then, rural America isn’t just poverty, opioid addiction and despair; it’s also community, resilience, and som…
 
We talk with journalist Nina Burleigh about Trump’s failure on Covid and what that says about our public health system—and capitalism. Her book is Virus: Vaccinations, the CDC, and The Hijacking Of America’s Response To The Pandemic. Then, we shift gears to consider a remarkable debut novel by Celia Jeffries, Blue Desert. It’s about freedom and lim…
 
We talk with journalist Nina Burleigh about Trump’s failure on Covid and what that says about our public health system—and capitalism. Her book is Virus: Vaccinations, the CDC, and The Hijacking Of America’s Response To The Pandemic. Then, we shift gears to consider a remarkable debut novel by Celia Jeffries, Blue Desert. It’s about freedom and lim…
 
Today we talk with DC Comics & Warner Brothers comic book editor Joseph Illidge about his career in comic books, bringing diverse voices to the super hero genre. We also hear a sneak preview of our interview with recycling maven Jennie Romer about her book Can I Recycle This? Writer’s Voice — in depth conversation with writers of all genres, on the…
 
Today we talk with DC Comics & Warner Brothers comic book editor Joseph Illidge about his career in comic books, bringing diverse voices to the super hero genre. We also hear a sneak preview of our interview with recycling maven Jennie Romer about her book Can I Recycle This? Writer’s Voice — in depth conversation with writers of all genres, on the…
 
We spend the hour talking with Ann Armbrecht, first about her new book, The Business of Botanicals: Exploring the Healing Promise of Plant Medicines in a Global Industry. It’s the first book to explore the interconnected web of the global herb industry and its many stakeholders. Then, we revisit part of our 2009 conversation with her about her memo…
 
We spend the hour talking with Ann Armbrecht, first about her new book, The Business of Botanicals: Exploring the Healing Promise of Plant Medicines in a Global Industry. It’s the first book to explore the interconnected web of the global herb industry and its many stakeholders. Then, we revisit part of our 2009 conversation with her about her memo…
 
In 2009, Writer’s Voice spoke with Ann Armbrecht about her memoir, THIN PLACES: A Pilgramage Home. Francesca Rheannon was joined on the interview by writer Christian MacEwen. The original edited aired episode has been lost, so here is the unedited version of the conversation, pulled from our archives. The first few minutes have been lost, but we jo…
 
In 2009, Writer’s Voice spoke with Ann Armbrecht about her memoir, THIN PLACES: A Pilgramage Home. Francesca Rheannon was joined on the interview by writer Christian MacEwen. The original edited aired episode has been lost, so here is the unedited version of the conversation, pulled from our archives. The first few minutes have been lost, but we jo…
 
We talk with Cal Flyn about her book, Islands of Abandonment: Nature Rebounding in the Post-Human Landscape. Then, just in time for Pride Month, James Romm tells us about his book The Sacred Band: Three Hundred Theban Lovers Fighting To Save Greek Freedom. Writer’s Voice — in depth conversation with writers of all genres, on the air since 2004. If …
 
We talk with Cal Flyn about her book, Islands of Abandonment: Nature Rebounding in the Post-Human Landscape. Then, just in time for Pride Month, James Romm tells us about his book The Sacred Band: Three Hundred Theban Lovers Fighting To Save Greek Freedom. Writer’s Voice — in depth conversation with writers of all genres, on the air since 2004. If …
 
Parkinson’s disease. It’s an epidemic—and growing. We talk with Dr. Michael Okun about the book he co-authored, Ending Parkinson’s Disease: A Prescription for Action. He tells us about symptoms, causes, and new treatments. But first, we talk with novelist Lionel Shriver about her latest foray into burning questions for our times. This one asks, as …
 
Parkinson’s disease. It’s an epidemic—and growing. We talk with Dr. Michael Okun about the book he co-authored, Ending Parkinson’s Disease: A Prescription for Action. He tells us about symptoms, causes, and new treatments. But first, we talk with novelist Lionel Shriver about her latest foray into burning questions for our times. This one asks, as …
 
We talk with Judy Batalion about her book, The Light of Days: The Untold Story of Women Resistance Fighters in Hitler’s Ghettos. Then, another WWII story—this time fiction—told through an unforgettable cast of characters: we talk with Lissa Evans about V for Victory, the sequel to Crooked Heart. Like us on Facebook at Writers Voice Radio or find us…
 
We talk with Judy Batalion about her book, The Light of Days: The Untold Story of Women Resistance Fighters in Hitler’s Ghettos. Then, another WWII story—this time fiction—told through an unforgettable cast of characters: we talk with Lissa Evans about V for Victory, the sequel to Crooked Heart. Like us on Facebook at Writers Voice Radio or find us…
 
We talk with Carey Gillam about her page-turning follow-up to Whitewash, The Monsanto Papers: Deadly Secrets, Corporate Corruption, and One Man’s Search for Justice. It’s about the groundbreaking case of school groundskeeper Lee Johnson—how he sued Monsanto and won. Then, sea level rise is happening—and it’s affecting way more than just coastal com…
 
We talk with Carey Gillam about her page-turning follow-up to Whitewash, The Monsanto Papers: Deadly Secrets, Corporate Corruption, and One Man’s Search for Justice. It’s about the groundbreaking case of school groundskeeper Lee Johnson—how he sued Monsanto and won. Then, sea level rise is happening—and it’s affecting way more than just coastal com…
 
What do the oldest cultures in the world have to teach us about raising happy, well-adjusted children? Michaeleen Doucleff tells us, as she talks about her book, Hunt, Gather, Parent. Then, a leading social psychologist reveals the family secrets that drove her to study how technology is eroding human connections. Sherry Turkle tells us about her f…
 
What do the oldest cultures in the world have to teach us about raising happy, well-adjusted children? Michaeleen Doucleff tells us, as she talks about her book, Hunt, Gather, Parent. Then, a leading social psychologist reveals the family secrets that drove her to study how technology is eroding human connections. Sherry Turkle tells us about her f…
 
We talk with Milo Beckman about his book, Math Without Numbers. It’s a conversational guide to the three main branches of abstract math—topology, analysis, and algebra. Then, we go from math to astronomy as we talk with science writer Giles Sparrow about his new book, A History of the Universe in 21 Stars: (and Three Imposters). Writer’s Voice — in…
 
We talk with Milo Beckman about Math Without Numbers. Then, we go from math to astronomy as we talk with science writer Giles Sparrow about A History of the Universe in 21 Stars. The post Milo Beckman, MATH WITHOUT NUMBERS & Giles Sparrow, A HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSE IN 21 STARS appeared first on Writer's Voice.…
 
We talk with Carl Hart about his book, Drug Use For Grownups: Chasing Liberty in the Land of Fear. We also talk with Hari Ziyad about their memoir, Black Boy Out Of Time. It’s about growing up Black and queer in a family of Hari Krishna adherents. Writer’s Voice — in depth conversation with writers of all genres, on the air since 2004. Rate us on i…
 
We talk with Julia Fine about her genre-bending novel The Upstairs House. It’s about a new mother’s postpartum depression—and her obsession with Margaret Wise Brown, the author of Goodnight Moon. Then best-selling legal thriller novelist Lisa Scottoline tells us about her first foray into writing historical fiction, Eternal. It’s about a love trian…
 
We talk with Eliot Peper about his cli-fi novel, Veil. It’s about what happens when a tech CEO decides to geo-engineer the climate—in secret. Then, we catch up with author Paul Greenberg about The Climate Diet: 50 Simple Ways to Trim Your Carbon Footprint. It’s just out for Earth Day. Writer’s Voice — in depth conversation with writers of all genre…
 
We spend most of the hour talking with Simon Winchester about his new book Land: How the Hunger for Ownership Shaped the Modern World. LISTEN HERE Then we revisit part of our 2020 interview with one of the people Winchester talks about in Land, Isabella Tree. She tells us of the land she’s re-wilded. Her book is Wilding: the Return of Nature to a B…
 
We talk with Anna North about her acclaimed new novel, Outlawed. It’s about an alternate reality 1890s Hole in the Wall Gang—this one, run as a feminist collective. Then Emily St. John Mandel is back from her triumph with Station Eleven with another exploration of catastrophe, this time the 2008 financial collapse. It’s called The Glass Hotel. Writ…
 
Anna North tells us about her new novel OUTLAWED. It's a feminist western taking place in an alternate history American Old West. Then Emily St. John Mandel talks about her acclaimed new novel THE GLASS HOTEL. The post Anna North OUTLAWED & Emily St. John Mandel, THE GLASS HOTEL appeared first on Writer's Voice.…
 
The Crisis in Care and How to Solve It We talk with feminist economist and MacArthur Fellow Nancy Folbre about her new book, The Rise and Decline of Patriarchal Systems. She writes about the political economy of care provision, including at her blog Care Talk. Then, Catherine Rothenberg and Lynne Segal talk about The Care Manifesto: The Politics of…
 
The crisis in care & how to solve it: Nancy Folbre,The Rise and Decline of Patriarchal Systems. Catherine Rothenberg & Lynn Segal, The Care Manifesto. The post Nancy Folbre, The Rise and Decline of Patriarchal Systems & Catherine Rothenberg & Lynne Segal, The Care Manifesto appeared first on Writer's Voice.…
 
New Yorker staff writer Elizabeth Kolbert talks about her new book Under A White Sky: The Nature of the Future. Then, wildlife photographer extraordinaire Ian Shive goes to the volcanic Aleutian islands of Alaska to tell us about the stunning new documentary he’s in, The Last Unknown. It’s streaming now on Discovery2. Writer’s Voice — in depth conv…
 
Where should you store files on the web is a question almost as old as the web itself. Ok, so the obvious answer is on the filesystem of your webserver. On the surface that makes sense, unless you have a busy website with multiple web servers (web heads) and each of them have their own filesystem. Now it’s not so obvious. Now you have to start thin…
 
We talk with Suketu Mehta about his powerful book, This Land Is Our Land: An Immigrant Manifesto. Then, we speak with researcher Lew Daly about his report on some of the false solutions being proposed in the Green energy space. Writer’s Voice — in depth conversation with writers of all genres, on the air since 2004. Rate us on iTunes or whatever po…
 
Join Public Finance Relationship Manager Patrick Rutledge for an in-depth look at how you can use our letters of credit to spur business growth. This episode explores the practical strategies that can help generate fee income, build new business relationships, increase customer retention rates, and lay a firm foundation for sustainable business gro…
 
We talk with Dr. Micah Johnson and Dr. Abdul El Sayed about their book, Medicare For All: A Citizen’s Guide. Then, we remember Norton Juster, the author of the beloved children’s classic, The Phantom Toll Booth. He died March 9. We air a gem of an excerpt from our 2005 interview with him. NEWSFLASH! Reps. Pramila Jayapal and Debbie Dingell will rei…
 
Join us for a conversation with Director of Diversity and Inclusion at FHLBank Atlanta, Leslie Schreiner. In this episode, she will explore the steps you can take to build a Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) program at your organization, no matter the size of your institution or the resources available to you. Podcast Disclaimer This podcast is neither…
 
Collecting user data and tracking users across the web is a hot topic. For some, it’s nice to have, for others, it’s their entire business model. Let’s talk about what we collect, what we do with it, and the principle of YAGNI. Show Notes: SiteGround The post YAGNI: You and Your User’s Data appeared first on Geek 2 English Podcast.…
 
This is a question every successful site owner asks themselves at some point. Do I need a maintenance contract? I mean do I really REALLY need a maintenance contract? Let’s dive into that question because it’s a little more complex than you might think. Show Notes: SiteGround The post Do I Need a Maintenance Contract for My Website? appeared first …
 
The commercial real estate industry has been hit especially hard by the pandemic. What impact will this uncertainty have on your commercial lending? Cal Evans, Credit Market Intelligence Director for Synovus Bank, shares his insight from a recent installment of the FHLBank Atlanta Webinar Series to answer that question. Evans draws upon his years o…
 
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