Charles Yu, author of “Interior Chinatown,” winner of the 2020 National Book Award for fiction, is interviewed by Richard Wolinsky. Charles Yu worked in the writers’ room of the first season of “Westworld,” along with other shows. This is his second novel, and riffs on the nature of Asian stereotypes in Hollywood movies and television shows.

Carl Hiaasen discusses his latest comic thriller “Squeeze Me,” and his work as a newspaper columnist. “Squeeze Me” is a satire of Palm Beach during the Trump era, and the author explains how difficult his has been to write satire when people like Rudy Giuliani exist in real life. Hosted by Richard Wolinsky.

Artist and illlustrator Ralph Steadman, whose work with Hunter S. Thompson has become the stuff of legends, is interviewed by Richard Wolinsky about “Ralph Steadman: A Life in Ink,” a collection of artwork published by Chronicle Books.