Arts-Waves on Cover to Cover

January 25, 2016: Ann Rule

Ann Rule (1931-2015) was one of America’s leading true crime authors, with over thirty books to her name. She died on July 26, 2015. In 1995, Richard Wolinsky and Richard A. Lupoff sat down to speak with Ann Rule about her latest book, Dead by Sunset, which dealt with an urbane charming murderer named Brad Cunningham, and about the O.J. Simpson trial, occurring while the interview was taking place.


Jonathan Moscone is currently the Chief of Civic Engagement for Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, California. A theater director and playwright, he spent the past fifteen years as Artistic Director for California Shakespeare Theater (Cal Shakes). He talks about his new position, and about working on Shakespeare and other plays with host Richard Wolinsky.


Arts-Waves on Cover to Cover

December 7, 2015: Kate Jessica Raphael

Kate Jessica Raphael is the author of Murder Under the Bridge: A Palestine Mystery, based on her experience as a Jewish-American anti-Israel activist in Palestine during 2002-2003. Her main characters are a female Palestinian detective and an American activist, and the action takes place both in the West Bank and in Israel. Hosted by Richard Wolinsky.


Top Ten Best Books and Theater of 2015

Everyone is doing a top ten list at the end of the year. Here’s my list for the best books and best theater experiences of the past year, in no particular order.  – Richard Wolinsky Non-fiction GHETTOSIDE by Jill Leovy IN MANCHURIA by Michael Mayer FOLLIES OF GOD by James Grisson IT’S WHAT I DO by Lynsey … Continued


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