Terry Tempest Williams, whose latest collection is titled “Erosion: Essays of Undoing”, is interviewed by host Richard Wolinsky. Terry Tempest Williams is an environmental activist and chronicler of the western landscape. “Erosion” joins several other books that explore climate change, feminism, death and dying in America, and overviews of the beauty of the American West.

Daniel Handler discusses his latest novel, “Bottle Grove,” set in San Francisco, along with his earlier novel, “All The Dirty Parts.” He also talks in depth about the Netflix three-season series of Lemony Snicket’s “A Series of Unfortunate Events,” as well as his work in theatre and how his life has changed with success. With host Richard Wolinsky.