Friday, November 16, 2007

Books for the Week of Nov 19, 2007

Mystery and True Crime
M-F 12 midnight & 2 p.m.

Bad Blood
by Linda Farstein
read by Linda Lloyd
(concludes 11/27/07)

M-F 1 a.m. & 3 p.m.

by Nathaniel Philbrick
read by Bracha Udelsohn
(concludes 11/23/07)

Best Seller
M-F 2 a.m. & 4 p.m.

Can't Wait to Get to Heaven
by Fannie Flagg
read by Diane Parker
(concludes 11/27/07)

Saturday 2-4 p.m.

A Little Princess
by Frances Hodgson Burnett
read by Janet Baker Carr
(concludes 12/15/2007)

Southern Authors
Saturday 4-6 p.m.

To Kill a Mockingbird
by Harper Lee
read by Marcia Casey
(concludes 12/1/2007)

Lives and Literature
Sunday 2-4 p.m.

A Hand to Guide Me
by Denzel Washington
read by Fayre Crossley
(concludes 12/2/2007)

Sunday 4-6 p.m.

Smart Is Not Enough
by Alan C. Guarino
read by Barbara Williams
(concludes 12/9/07)

Crescent Dragonwagon Book Talk Taping Monday Dec 10, 2007 10:30 a.m.

FM89.3 WYPL is delighted to announce that Crescent Dragonwagon will be a guest on Book Talk on Monday December 10, 2007. The interview will take place at 10:30 a.m. in the radio studios of WYPL, located at 3030 Poplar Avenue in Memphis, TN inside the Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library. Ms. Dragonwagon, former proprietor of the nationally-known inn and restaurant, The Dairy Hollow House in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, is currently on tour promoting her new cookbook, The Cornbread Gospels, published by Workman Publishing. The interview will last approximately thirty minutes and the public is invited to attend. (Unfortunately, cornbread will not be served.)

Michael Knight Book Talk Taping Dec 4, 2007 10:00a.m.

FM89.3 WYPL is proud to announce that author Michael Knight will be in studio for a taping of the radio program Book Talk. On Tuesday December 4th at 10a.m., Dr Carolyn Gibson will talk with Mr. Knight about his new pair of novellas, collectively known as The Holiday Season published by Grove/Atlantic. Michael Knight, a native of Alabama and currently the director of creative writing at UT-Knoxville, has one novel, Goodnight Nobody, and is perhaps best known for his short fiction which has appeared in many publications including The Southern Review, Esquire, and The New Yorker. The interview will cast approximately thirty minutes and is open to the public.