May 19, 2009
John Hart, author of The Last Child, about the new book and the challenges of living the life of a best selling author. Read the first pages of the book at: http://www.johnhartfiction.com/excerpt_thelastchild.html
May 14, 2009
Hillsborough’s Michael Malone, author of The Four Corners of the Sky, about the new book and his writing career.
May 13, 2009
Marianne Gingher, a senior member of the writing faculty at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and author of Adventures in Pen Land, about the new book and about her life of writing. english.unc.edu/faculty/gingherm.html
May 5, 2009
Brett Friedlander and Bob Reising, authors of Chasing Moonlight: The True Story of Field of Dreams’ Doc Graham, about the new book and the Chapel Hill connections to Doc Graham and his brother Frank Porter Graham. Read and excerpt at www.blairpub.com/alltitles/excerpts/chasingmoonlightchapter3.htm
April 29, 2009
William Leuchtenburg, Chapel Hill’s internationally known historian of the modern presidency and author of “In the Shadow of FDR: From Harry Truman to George W. Bush,” about the upcoming revised edition of the book, which will contain a new chapter based on the influence of Roosevelt’s administration upon the early days of Obama’s administration.
April 28, 2009
Doug Eyre, author of Profiles of Chapel Hill Since 1900: People, Places, Events, about the new book, which was published by the Chapel Hill Historical Society www.ibiblio.org/chhistsoc
April 24, 2009
Ronald Goldfarb, author of In Confidence: When to Protect Secrecy and When to Require Disclosure, about the new book. www.ronaldgoldfarb.com
April 21, 2009
Barrie Bergman, former owner of the Record Bar Chain and successful business builder and visionary, about how being a good guy can be good for business. www.barriebergman.com
April 16, 2009
William deBuys, a former Morehead Scholar at UNC, a former North Carolina Director of the Nature Conservancy, and currently a writer and conservationist based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, about writing and its relationship to conservation.
April 8, 2009
Popular authors Lee Smith, and Jill McCorkle about Good Ol’ Girls–the television production based on their novels and stories with songs from Good Ol’ Girls by Matraca Berg and Marshall Chapman, airing Wednesday, April 22, at 9 pm EST on UNC-TV. www.unctv.org/goodolgirls and www.leesmith.com Good Ol’ Girls DVDs are available at www.minnowmedia.net A portion of sales benefits women’s centers in North Carolina.