(from Arizona Spotlight - May 7th, 2010)
Mark McLemore talks with best-selling author Jennifer Lee Carrell about her new novel _Haunt Me Still_. It's a thriller that explores the legends and superstitions that surround Shakespeare's _MacBeth_.
Mark McLemore talks with poet and teacher Laynie Browne about her latest work, "The Desires of Letters", and what it's like to introduce children to poetry for the first time.
Mark McLemore talks with Tucson writer Jennifer Lee Carrell about her new novel, "Haunt Me Still", a thriller that explores the many legends surrounding the Shakespeare play "MacBeth."
Mark McLemore talks with longtime NPR correspondent Scott Simon. His most recent book is the political comedy/thriller "Windy City", and he'll be in town this weekend at the Tucson Festival of Books.
The 2nd annual festival is March 13-14 on the University of Arizona campus. Tony Paniagua talks with Bill Viner, the chief organizer, and authors Ann Wills and Thomas Wiewandt.
Mark McLemore talks with UA Professor Adele Barker about her book "Not Quite Paradise: An American Sojourn in Sri Lanka."
Hear about some of the books selected as "Southwest Books of the Year for 2009," when Bill Buckmaster discusses the top picks with three of the judges.
A seasonal tale to chill the blood, from novelist Lydia Millet, reading from her future novel "Ghost Lights."
A one-person play gives voice to the rarely discussed experiences of women in the military.
Mark McLemore interviews Tucson author and bicyclist Jim Malusa. "Into Thick Air" is his story of biking to the lowest points on six continents.
Laura Markowitz talks with NPR senior news analyst Cokie Roberts about her book "We Are Our Mother's Daughters", chronicling the legacies of bold American women.
Hear the sounds of last weekend's "Tucson Festival of Books," as produced by Mark McLemore and Matt Felix.
In anticipation of this weekend's first-ever "Tucson Festival of Books," Mark McLemore talks to one of the organizers, Bill Viner, about what to expect and who's going to be there.
The widely-acclaimed poet will be at the "Festival of Books," as a guest of the UA's Poetry Center. Billy Collins shares some of his poetry, and humor, in a conversation with Mark McLemore.
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