Bookwaves on Cover to Cover – April 27, 2017

Bookwaves on Cover to Cover

In-depth interviews with authors of fiction and narrative non-fiction, delving deeply into political and social issues, literary technique, and the life of the author. Hosted by Richard Wolinsky.

Upcoming Episode

Bookwaves – April 20, 2017: Ariel Levy

Bookwaves on Cover to Cover

Ariel Levy, author of the memoir “The Rules Do Not Apply” is interviewed by host Richard Wolinsky.

A staff writer for the New Yorker magazine since 2008, Ariel Levy first began her tenure focusing on issues involving sexuality and gender. \While on assignment in Mongolia, she developed a miscarriage and, within two weeks, saw her relationship go south. Her memoir talks about both events, her career in journalism, and coping with loss.


Bookwaves – April 13, 2017: Bill Pronzini

Bookwaves on Cover to Cover

Bill Pronzini has written over eighty books, including several from the Nameless Detective series of noir novels, as well as many stand-alone novels and short story collections. His most recent novel, “The Violated” is the story of how a series of rapes affects a small Northern California city. His next Nameless Detective novel, “End Game,” comes out in June 2017. He is interviewed by Richard Wolinsky.


Bookwaves – April 6, 2017: Paul Auster

Bookwaves on Cover to Cover

Paul Auster, whose latest novel is “4 3 2 1” in conversation with Richard Wolinsky. The author of several novels, screenplays, books of poetry and film director, Paul Auster’s latest novel is an epic 850 page story of how circumstance changes us. In the interview, he also talks about his film-making career and about how his life relates to this novel.


Bookwaves – March 23, 2017: Douglas Preston and the Lost City of the Monkey God

Bookwaves on Cover to Cover

Douglas Preston, author of “The Lost City of the Monkey God” in conversation with Richard Wolinsky. Douglas Preston has written several works of fiction and non-fiction, including a best-selling series of thrillers co-written with Lincoln Child (the Agent Pendergast series). In his latest work of non-fiction, Preston delves into the story of a lost city in Honduras, in Mosquitia, and a civilization that vanished after the Spanish came to the Americas.


Bookwaves on Cover to Cover – March 16, 2017: George Saunders

Bookwaves on Cover to Cover

George Saunders, author of the novel “Lincoln in the Bardo,” in conversation with Richard Wolinsky. George Saunders is the highly acclaimed author of several short story collections, including “Tenth of December,” “CivilWarLand in Bad Decline,” “In Persuasion Nation” and others, along with political commentary that recently appeared in The New Yorker and other magazines.


Matthew Montfort: Cover to Cover Theme Music

The theme music for all the Cover to Cover shows is excerpted from the the track “Amber” , which is available on iTunes and the like under the name of its composer/performer, Matthew Montfort. On CD and cassette, it was released by Narada Records on two guitar samplers: Guitar Works and Narada Guitar. They are … Continued


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