October 27, 2011
Jay Tunney, son of Gene Tunney and author of The Prizefighter and the Playwright: Gene Tunney and Bernard Shaw, about the new book and the amazing friendship and mutual admiration between Shaw and the world heavyweight champion.
Web page: www.fireflybooks.com/bookdetail&ean=9781554076413
October 26, 2011
Kala Ambrose, a powerful intuitive, wisdom teacher and someone who has seen and experienced ghosts and other paranormal things. She is the author of Ghosthunting North Carolina and will talk about the new book and the haunted places in Chapel Hill. Web pages: http://www.KalaAmbrose.com
October 25, 2011
Tony Abbott, retired professor at Davidson College, inspiration of many of the country’s great writers, an award winning poet (including his most recent collection, “if words could save us”) and novelist, and co-editor of “What Writers Do” and author of “What Writers Do”, about the new book and what the books tells us about Lee Smith, Fred Chappell, Jill McCorkle, and many other favorite writers who visited Lenoir Rhyne’s Visiting Writers Series.
October 21, 2011
Donna Campbell, Jay Miller, and Jennifer Evans, Donna Campbell is the producer of the Murphey School Radio Show, Jay Miller is the owner of the Murphey school building, and Jennifer Evans is an amazing gospel singer about the Murphey School Radio Show how it got started and its next performance on Saturday and Sunday November 12 and 13.
Web page: http.murpheyschoolradio.net
October 20, 2011
Joe and Terry Graedon, authors of Top Screwups Doctors Make and How to Avoid Them, about the new book and the dangers to patients of medical mistakes by doctors, hospitals, other health professionals, and pharmacists.
Web page: peoplespharmacy.com
To check drug interactions: www.mediguard.org/
October 19, 2011
William Leuchtenburg, the leading historian of the 20th Century American presidency, about the reelection campaigns of American Presidents, and what lessons President Obama can learn from their experiences.
October 18, 2011
Phillip Manning, editor of Science Book News a weekly email report on new books dealing with scientific topics www.scibooks.org, about Steven Pinker, the distinguished Harvard psychology professor, and his new book, “The Better Angels of Our Nature,” which explains how violence and cruelty have decreased markedly over time .
October 13, 2011
Charles Coble, former Vice President of the UNC System and Dean of the ECU School of Education and Co-director, Science and Mathematics Teacher Imperative, APLU and Co-founder and Partner, The Third Mile Group, www.thirdmilegroup.com
October 12, 2011
Daniel Wallace, Chair of the writing program at UNC-Chapel Hill and best selling author of “Big Fish”, Bill Smith, Chef at Crooks Corner Crook’s Corner and author of Bill Smith’s Seasoned in the South, Erica Eisdorfer , Just retired manager of the Bulls Head bookstore and author of “The Wet Nurse’s Tale”, about 27 Views of Chapel Hill: A Southern University Town in Prose & Poetry — the pieces they wrote and their other favorites .
Web page: http://www.enopublishers.org/Site/27_Views_CH.html
October 11, 2011
Art Pope, Raleigh businessman, political activist and subject of an article in the New Yorker titled “State for Sale”, about his real aspirations and hopes for North Carolina.